* Bloglines

Posted on June 26th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Links.


I finally got all the blogs I follow into Bloglines. I don’t know why I didn’t switch a long time ago. My former system was folders of bookmarks, categorized into everyday and occasionally. I would open up all the bookmarks and look at each site for something new. Really time-consuming. Now, I go to Bloglines and all the new entries from all my feeds are right there on the same page. I will probably go to the actual sites every once in a while to see the site design, sidebar links, etc.

If you’ve got a site, I’d recommend seeing how your feeds look in Bloglines. I found out one of mine went dead a few months ago (not that I’ve figured out how to fix it yet…) Also, some sites don’t have full entry feeds. I didn’t subscribe to any of them. I don’t like the excerpts, although I’m thinking of making a craftlog excerpt feed for the folks that do.



3 Responses to “Bloglines”

  1. Hanna Says:

    Bloglines is great, you’re on my list that I just published to my blog too, so that everyone can find my favouirts there. :-)

    Happy summer!

  2. lisa s Says:

    what a great tip (bloglines)…. i just posted my feed on my blog so that people can find it…. duh! renegade sounds like it was fun… i wish i was on the east coast….

  3. natasha fialkov Says:

    i have been using bloglines for a while, and i do love it. to try to sort thru so many blogs on a regular basis means you don’t read them at all.

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