If you’ve ever used RSS feeds to keep track of new stuff the web (and people used to, before Twitter and Facebook came along), the chances are good that you’ll have heard of an application called NetNewsWire.
NetNewsWire is the finest RSS reader around, and for the last decade has been a leading light in the indie OS X development scene – in no small way thanks to its creator, Brent Simmons.
What will Glassboard be, exactly? According to a brief write-up at ReadWriteWeb, it will “allow iOS and Android users to share text, photos and in some cases location with small groups”.
Wait, that sounds a bit like Facebook.
A bit, but sharing with Glassboard promises to be very different. Users will have much more control over their privacy. They will know who has access to their stuff, who they’re sharing with.
If you’re as keen to see what emerges from Sepia Labs in the coming weeks as we are, add their blog’s RSS feed to your copy of NetNewsWire right now, and keep your eyes open. Like we said, changes are afoot.