How Scoble reads 622 RSS feeds every morning


Every morning Robert Scoble starts his day by sifting through 622 RSS feeds. In this interview, he describes the tools and tricks that enable him to accomplish the immense task of personally aggregating the live web. Here are a few spoiler tips:

  • Use Google Reader (keyboard commands make browsing faster)
  • Use “all items view” to see the full river of news in chronological order
  • Filter out potentials in the first pass. Take a top level filter for topic, information density, author, and quality of post. Only articles that make the cut are looked at in more detail.
  • Superhuman abilities help

How Scoble Reads 622 RSS Feeds Each Morning – Link

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