A large part of my everyday involves reading online news. I often go to the following sites:
I also pay regular visit to The Economist but to be honest, that site is sometimes a bit over my head.
Anyway, a few weeks ago I decided to use a Feed Reader, particularly Lifearea [Linux Feed Reader], to help put everything into one place and perhaps save me the time of surfing individual sites.
Funny thing happen, I began to read less and less and more often than not ignore most of the news, even the exciting ones. Am I not belong to this 2.0 world at all?
I was wondering what decreased my reading frequency and could only come up with one answer: all of a sudden every single pieces of news is gathered, which makes it look like a huge mountain of news that takes me forever to read. It looks scary!
I’m wondering if I should stick to Liferea and work harder on my reading habit, or switch to another reader such as Google Reader, or get rid of all of them and return to the traditional way of reading, which is not what I’m inclined to do. Any suggestions?
I’m new to this [= I'm not geeky enough], please share your reading habit with me