We already know that Digg is working on a Google Reader alternative. Feedly and NewsBlur are solutions worth exploring too. Considering all the content shared on Facebook, it would not be a surprise if the social network offered a RSS reader to its users. In fact, that could very well happen as Tom Waddington is suggesting.
Facebook schemas list all the types on content and the connections between them. Users have photos, photos might have a place and so on.
A new entry appeared – now users have RSS feeds, each RSS feed has multiple entries, and a list of subscribers.
The idea here is very simple: Facebook knows a lot about you and your friends. It could easily show you which feeds are trending or the articles that are being consumed by your friends. Facebook does have the potential to make a great RSS reader. Will it happen before Google Reader dies? That remains to be seen.