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QotD – What Feedreader Do You Use And Why?

Most of our readers subscribe to OneDegree either through RSS or via our Feedblitz email announcements (which if you haven’t signed up you can do so on the left).  Today’s QotD asks our readers:

What feedreader do you use, and why?
If you do not use a feedreader, please share with us why you have made the choice to do so.

10 Comments

  1. Ken Schafer - One Degree
    Ken Schafer - One Degree January 21, 2007

    I’m using NetNewsWire. This is the best of the software-based readers for Macs.
    Before switching I used Bloglines all the time and I still recommend it as the starting point for most feed-newbies.

  2. Eric
    Eric January 22, 2007

    Not sure which one is included in firefox but with firefox lets you subscribe to the page which then can be incorporated in you bookmarks.

  3. mose
    mose January 22, 2007

    I was using Shrook – but having just checked out NetNewsReeder may switch.
    But I have to call my lawyers first.

  4. Andy Strote
    Andy Strote January 22, 2007

    Google Reader (thanks Mish). Don’t want yet another app…

  5. Geof Harries
    Geof Harries January 22, 2007

    I’ve been using NetNewsWire for several years now, but switched to Google Reader a couple of weeks ago. Haven’t missed NNW all that much.

  6. Kelly Rusk
    Kelly Rusk January 22, 2007

    I use Newsgator Online – when I was looking for a reader, its name came up quite a bit so I checked the web site and seemed easy enough.
    I also use firefox live bookmarks sometimes.

  7. Lex
    Lex January 22, 2007

    Bloglines combined with Feedblitz.
    I track everything I want to read with Bloglines. I check it every couple of days.
    I use Feedblitz to email me with posts from any blog I want to stay on top of.

  8. Tin
    Tin January 23, 2007

    Any recommendations on a good Blackberry newsreader? Preferably free.

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