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Old 05-28-09, 08:31 AM   #1
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What sites/RSS feeds do you regularly receive?

Just curious; what do y'all like to get on your cyber-doorstep each day?

I have to keep unsubscribing all the daily stuff I get in my inbox (not spam - good stuff, just too much of it).

I've pared down to just a few, including some news feeds and dictionary "word of the day" sites.
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Old 05-28-09, 08:43 AM   #2
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I subscribe to the 'blogs of real friends (out of towners), a few columnists in the local paper online, and the Google Chrome Developers' Channel. In all, it's about 15 feeds.

I used to use FeedReader but it kept crashing on me, so now I use Google Reader, except I have to remember to log in. But, I can check my feeds from any computer.

At work I subscribe to severe weather alerts with my RSS reader for emergency response (for redundancy) although my official sources are more reliable and faster.
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Old 05-28-09, 08:14 PM   #3
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I subscribe to the 'blogs of real friends (out of towners), a few columnists in the local paper online, and the Google Chrome Developers' Channel. In all, it's about 15 feeds.

I used to use FeedReader but it kept crashing on me, so now I use Google Reader, except I have to remember to log in. But, I can check my feeds from any computer.

At work I subscribe to severe weather alerts with my RSS reader for emergency response (for redundancy) although my official sources are more reliable and faster.
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