17 thoughts on “Tips for pruning feeds

  1. I noticed Jeremiah mention your link blog so I will, too. I’m enjoying it very much and get a lot of valuable information from it, Robert. I’m glad you revived it (as I seem to remember you had one a while back but stopped keeping it?)

  2. I noticed Jeremiah mention your link blog so I will, too. I’m enjoying it very much and get a lot of valuable information from it, Robert. I’m glad you revived it (as I seem to remember you had one a while back but stopped keeping it?)

  3. I cannot, for the life of me, imagine reading 300 feeds. I stay busy enough as it is with my 82 feeds and don’t understand how you find the time to read 300 feeds! You’re an uber-geek, Robert.

  4. I cannot, for the life of me, imagine reading 300 feeds. I stay busy enough as it is with my 82 feeds and don’t understand how you find the time to read 300 feeds! You’re an uber-geek, Robert.

  5. Robert – I like the link blogs as well. But guess what? I applied my rules to yours, and I deleted it. I couldn’t comment on it. I wasn’t always sure why you thought it was important, or how you felt about it.

    I could’t access it the same way I read my own Google Reader feeds (why not?) I blogged about that a while ago here http://lagesse.org/index.php/2006/12/04/if-google-is-the-search-company/

    I even used your link blog feed as an example.

    And the truth is, I enjoyed your link blog – but it just isn’t interactive enough to keep me involved.

    Rob

  6. Robert – I like the link blogs as well. But guess what? I applied my rules to yours, and I deleted it. I couldn’t comment on it. I wasn’t always sure why you thought it was important, or how you felt about it.

    I could’t access it the same way I read my own Google Reader feeds (why not?) I blogged about that a while ago here http://lagesse.org/index.php/2006/12/04/if-google-is-the-search-company/

    I even used your link blog feed as an example.

    And the truth is, I enjoyed your link blog – but it just isn’t interactive enough to keep me involved.

    Rob

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