I chose RSS first as it seemed fairly easy and very useful. And it was. However, it quickly became apparent that the gains in efficiency could very quickly be lost by substantial increases in the amount of web content followed. Discipline is thus called for and I’m being very choosy in my selection of RSS feeds to subscribe to.
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