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Tech Blogs To Follow

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Tech Blogs To Follow

What are some ways to follow a blog?
Look into subscribing to everything you like using RSS (HN, Reddit, YouTube, etc): it’s a much better experience than rescanning sites over and over.
You can ubscribe by email where possible. Downside: some resources spam you, but then you can stop reading them. Unfortunately not everywhere offers it.
If you on desktop and don’t need to sync across devices — use a QuiteRSS desktop app
Use https://www.netvibes.com/en — your personal reading dashboard
Use Pocket as your goto for reading
Use Feedhuddler https://feedhuddler.com/ to automatically populate Pocket from rss
Use Feedly
Look what other personal bookmark web apps exist
Use a personal news reader NewsBlur https://newsblur.com/
On Android, use Feedly and greader (using Feedly as a source)
Use Inoreader https://www.inoreader.com/ content reader, it is very Google Reader like
Use open source self-hosted readers like Stringer https://github.com/posativ/stringer — it also works with Reeder2
Use rss2email https://github.com/wking/rss2email

other from yc:

Some of the blogs from my RSS feed, mainly but not exclusively .NET:
Scott Hanselman
Martin Fowler
Coding horror
Fabulous adventures in coding (Eric Lippert)
Zed Shaw (still on my list even though he seems to have largely abandoned tech)
Ayende Rahien
Steve Yegge
Schneier on security
The Light Cone (Brian Beckman)
The Shade Tree developer (Jeremy Miller)

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