I just added the 200th blog to my feed reader. Hey, if Robert Scoble can handle 622, I can do a paltry 200.
For the record, the 200th add was eMoms at Home. (Do NOT raise your eyebrows and think, "Has he lost his mind?" until you check it out. eMoms is *excellent*.)
I use Bloglines for a reader, just because I started with it and am too lazy to change. Thinking about trying another one, just for kicks and to see if I can organize my feeds better. Any suggestions?
If you're incredibly bored, feel free to peruse my feeds here. There may be a couple of good ones there you've missed. It's heavily weighted toward real estate of course, but there are many non-RE.net blogs there as well.
[tags]feed readers, eMoms at Home, Scoble[/tags]
Loren Nason says
I love bloglines but only for the fact that i can see what you read.
I don't actually use bloglines I use IE7 and Outlook 2007. I get all my feeds with my email under seperate folder and can read them offline.
I'm perusing your feeds now 🙂
Jeff Brown says
Jay – I met Wendy, and heard her speak about a month ago in Chicago. You're right – don't decide until you read her. She's quite a story herself. Great find.
Christoph Schweiger says
I am using Google Reader and got used to it because it was the first one I have ever tried. Thanks for the feed list! Of course I had to import your feed list OPML into my Google Reader.
If you like to try out different readers you can switch very easily as long as the new reader allows you to import the XML file of your old one.
Laurie Manny says
Congratulations on your '200th'.
Jonathan Dalton says
I'm like Christoph … I'm on Google Reader. I downloaded Wiz for Firefox but didn't like it much. Too hard to tell if there was anything new to read.
Google Reader's a tad clunky but works fairly well.
David Bethoney says
Hey Jay, I used outlook for the longest time but I just switched over to Netvibes. It is a very cool tool allowing you to quickly scroll down the page to get a quick glimpse of all recent posts, without having to click open any link. Not only that, they have a ton of widgets and modules you can add along with the ability to create multiple pages. You should check it out.
Wendy Piersall says
Thanks for the shout out and I'm honored to be #200!!! 🙂
April Groves says
I am getting dizzy just thinking about 200…I have to go get another cup of coffee…
Maureen Francis says
You gotta join the Google reader team for one reason: Google uses the feed subscriptions to determine the authority of the site, and it is part of the PR algorithm. So a very nice things to do for your 200 feed friends is to switch to google reader. I did.