I read a lot of feeds for a lot of different projects. I use two different readers - Google Reader and Bloglines - and have multiple accounts on each to manage projects. There are a couple of reasons for that --
- Easy to manage multiple projects with lots of feeds - and I don't get distracted. If I had better discipline, I might be able to do with folder organization.
- I train people on both RSS readers, so I like to keep my fluency on both.
I keep all my NpTech feeds (there's like 200 of them) in a bloglines account. Bloglines experienced a major outage over the weekend according to TechCrunch which explains why I have chunks of my NpTech feeds missing and otherwise screwed up. Ugh, it's time for me to come up with a new tool or switch everything to Google Reader, and perhaps rethink my work flow.
Anyone else out there read 500-1,000 feeds for different projects? What tools/workflow do you use? Well, off to export my OPML files from bloglines.
The NpTech Tag Summary will be coming shortly -- blame the plumber.