Tue, 06, Aug 2002 10:45:00 AM

by Charles Miller on August 6, 2002

Mark Pilgrim, talking about reading blogs directly from their RSS feeds as opposed to reading the original page itself captures exactly my feelings about reading Livejournal from your friends page (except I never smoked)

This is an admission that reading in a news aggregator is fundamentally different than reading individual sites in a web browser. I don't use my aggregator to read things; I use it to find things to read. I tried the whole "read everything in your aggregator" thing, and it depresses me. It reminds me of when I used to smoke, and everything tasted the same.

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