What's your blog reading philosophy?
There's a lot of blogs out there. When I started blog reading I couldn't get enough.
Just the facts ma'am.
I've never subscribed to or really consistently read any blogs, but I have a backup of http://shes.aflightrisk.org/ on my hard drive by month to print out and read someday. For my tech fix I visit http://www.freshnews.org/ and see what interests me, and that's about it.
I probably read about 20 blogs. 10 on an "everyday" basis. No fancy software, just favourites in ie....
I just keep a short list in a sidebar on my own blog. If I find myself visiting a page often, I'll add it to the sidebar. This helps keep my link list fairly stable, since the bother of launching InterDev and retyping my login/pw means I only add links I really like. (=
Reading about 75. Almost all of them get updated once or twice a week. Using an aggregator. Unless I'm investigating and/or responding, I generally spend about 15 minutes a day on it, and learn a lot in the process.
Brad Wilson (dotnetguy.techieswithcats.com)
SharpReader - don't know what I would do without it.
I use awasu to read the various feeds...
http://www.newsgator.com and about 30 feeds - but no more than 10 of them update daily, and I cull quickly, so I spend about 15-20 minutes a day. Much less than I spent when I used plain IE.
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