I do this all through Google Reader. Here are a few consistent posters that I read. lifehacker.com downloadsquad.com kottke.org 37signals.com/svn/ brainfuel.tv (of course)
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I do this all through Google Reader. Here are a few consistent posters that I read.
brainfuel.tv (of course)
Interesting info usually appears here before making it high up on Digg etc…
of course, brainfuel.tv (thats why i’m here now, eh?)
because of the artist in me:
google reader rocks, btw – only reason i can even read that many (there are more, too, but those are the only one’s worth mentioning traffic-wise)
– Search-This.com (i hear good things about this blog :))
– Chris Garrett
I’ve been reading the Y Combinator news since it launched as well, some really good stuff over there, although links tend to stay on the homepage a long time.
There are some good links in this batch! Thanks everyone. I’ll keep going through them later today.
I try to keep it limited so that i can get work done.
Arizona-coffee.com – coffee
Edmunds.com/insideline – car news and reviews
Endgadget.com – tech news
I used to spend a lot of time on SVRider.com but not so much anymore.
I read headlines for a bazillion blogs (so it seems) but here are a few of my favs (aside from brainfuel naturally):
wwtdd.com (what would tyler durden do)
As far as RSS goes in general, Netvibes has transformed the way I read blogs and stay up on news. I was using Flock then Google Reader, but I love all the modules netvibes allows in tandem with the RSS functions. It’s my life, aggregated!
All the blogs that I subscribe to are on my Blogroll, but some of the more unusual blogs are:
I always the start the day at http://www.justmycupoftea.typepad.com
I’ll post a few of my favorites:
On Web Apps
Simple and Loveable
We Break Stuff
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Lazlo’s Basement – TO INFORM AND CONFOUND
Random information on news, arts, celebrities, entertainment, activism, and anything else that might catch your eye.