Finding things to read

April 15th, 2013 § 1 comment

I love reading about how people manage their information consumption — especially when they have managed to jump out of the social-media ghetto:

I now subscribe to about 800 individual feeds, and this number is growing daily. The trick here is to find high-quality, low-volume link sources. The motherlode of good links for me was to be found on social bookmarking sites. About 700 of my subscriptions are to the RSS feeds of individual users on Pinboard and Delicious. This gives me very fine control and a great mix of interests. Plus, getting links from individual curators handily sidesteps the social news group-think problem. The remainder of my subscriptions are split between blogs, some sub-Reddits, a few Twitter users and subsections of arXiv.

  • Mac Onia

    Hi Dan! You know if exist a Public Registry of Belice, like you publish of Panamá? Im looking for a great case of corruption in Argentina with Teegan Inc. bussiness of the private friend of ex president Nestor Kirchner.
    If you have documents or know something about this, please send me a mail. Thanks! Great regards!

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