anyways, I do like the idea of having a feed reader integrated in my web browser; I just feel like Safari’s RSS capabitilies aren’t there yet. but, like I said, I think it can save you some time if you only use the RSS capabitilies in your browser to notify you of new items.]]>
NewsFire is really a pleasure to use. You can’t “save” items like Bloglines, but you can flag them and it’s so easy. Other than that, you don’t have to read blogs posts or news items in NewsFire: you can configure it to open the blog or site in your browser instead of showing in NewsFire.
Anyways, Safari would also be nice for you. Feeds work like “live” bookmarks: after the name of the feed you can see how many new items there is; you could it just to alter you of new posts or items but still open the site.]]>
It’s not perfect but I’m actually surprised that I’m one of the only people that I know doing this. With the comments associated with this post I wonder if there’s any real point in redesigning my blog? If all of you are reading this through a feed, why bother with a revised design? More questions to think about…]]>
Glad to know I’m in your pile of tabs somewhere.]]>
Now I use:
Online RSS aggregation:
Which allows me to cast a wide net I can access on any terminal.
I find it much, *much* (I can’t stress it enough) better: less time wasted, no need to open every blog to know if there’s something new. I think now I’m reading more blogs and news sites because I need to spend less time with each one.
(by the way Micahel, why did you use Grab for the screenshot?)]]>