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Where do you go for news?

I subscribe to over 100 RSS feeds and read 5 of them regularly in my various newsreaders (such as Google Reader and Feedler). If anyone would like me to prepare a short video demo on the best way to set this up, just let me know and I'll post on Cool Site of the Day.

Mike Corso

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  • Anonymous
    April 1, 2011

    Well, i would like to know too. Me, personally, CNN, TIME, Techcrunch, engadget, the onion (=D) , twitter. O. The rss, i don’t subscribe to cnn/google news etc because it’s overwhelming. I have more than 100 feeds though and sometimes it’s a lot… I would be really interested to know to whoch you are subscribed and to which you check on the rss.

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    • Mike Corso
      April 1, 2011

      OK, I’ll post something this week. In the meantime: NPR!!!! (several worthy feeds there).

      Mike

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