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01-06-2007, 07:06 PM
Because I can use this to quickly evalutate lots of information on a daily basis I use an RSS Feed aggregator to check up on things I feel I want to be in the know about. This way I don't have to go to 100 different websites a day to visually inspect for any updates.
I'm just wondering if any of you folks might have some good reference points that you use regularly that I may not be aware. I'm sure theirs a bunch. This could be anything from blogs to organizational entities with xml news feeds.
01-06-2007, 07:19 PM
Ain't It Cool News
Art De Vaney
Brooks Kubik's blog
Grip Training Obsessinon
Jason Ferruggia's blog
Keith Scott's blog
The Eades blogs
Matt Furey's blog (I keep up with the fitness comic stuff like this because I have to be ready, at a moments notice, to rant and rave about it)
Tom Furman's blog
Mark Rifkin's blog
A bunch of other blogs that are goofy, but provide me with amusement (like the Superficial, a few seriously goofy gun nut blogs, friend's blogs, etc)
I also used a highly customized google homepage to scan news and stuff like that at a glance.
I also use Firefox and it's live bookmarks feature, rather than an RSS reader.
01-07-2007, 12:36 AM
I like those - Matt Furey is weird. Not in a good Paul Chek kind of weird either.
Hey I wonder if Paul Chek has a blog. I like Paul Chek he's crazy weird.
Hey Steve, so I started reading some of the post from the Eades' blogs dude, these people are awesome... I had been meaning to with all good intention to check our their blogs for quite sometime but for some reason I just hadn't. I'm killing myself that I waited until now. The way Mary writes about food just makes me think about all of the good quality food we take for granted. Shit, my brain just exploded moving over to Nutrion, Mass Gain, Let's Talk Meal Replacement (http://www.performancemenu.com/forum/showthread.php?p=2862)
01-07-2007, 10:37 AM
Check this feed out Watch full-length TV shows and movies over at Simplistic's Movie Links, a site that scours YouTube for movie clips and splices them together into one watchable whole.
The process isn't perfect: for example, Borat is chopped into ten parts. However, if it's a Sunday afternoon, and you're looking for something that might get you out of helping to clean out the garage, this might be a good fit (speaking completely hypothetically, of course).
01-07-2007, 01:42 PM
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