As the internet matures and changes, we tend to leave old things behind that don’t make sense anymore. Change is difficult, especially if you’re changing features and functionality, and cutting out things which don’t make sense anymore. For Firefox, one of those things is the built-in RSS reader, something that I and many others use every day. Firefox has natively supported RSS feeds for many years, but we’ve all noticed how these kinds of services are dying out. Google Reader shut down a few years ago, Apple News went off to do its own thing, and now Firefox’s RSS feeds will go the way of the dodo too.