a post in which I stop and smell roses. you know that three second rule about how much time a website has to grab the visitor’s attention? with google reader, divide that by a hundred. sometimes I’m so “focused” I don’t even read all the words in the headline. but at what aesthetic cost?
great content? essential.
creating said content? challenging.
herein some tips on making it a little easier. it all starts with google reader…
exec summ: if you want to access your reader on different patforms, google reader is your best bet. to make sure I see all the news sources important to me every day, however, I prefer the sage reader (firefox only). here’s why, and how to set yours up.
this post is a continuation of an earlier article about newsfeeds and rss. in today’s episode, I will talk about how to make your rss subscriptions and your reading therof (therefrom?) more efficient and fun. this post will focus on google reader; stay tuned for posts on the sage reader and feedly.
not the promised article about building the perfect online newsreader application. I got distracted by a couple of facebook applications that bring newsfeed and blog subscriptions to your facebook wall. bloggers take note – could be useful!
blogs and other sources of information on the web are updated regularly. a great way to stay current is subscribing to newsfeeds. herein a simple explanation of newsfeeds, rss and like arcania, along with a guide to setting up a newsreader to aggregate all the sites you’re tracking.