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Feed me knowledge Feedly

Today I am in Ottawa, sitting in Pressed Cafe while the human I am visiting is at work. I was super fortunate to get to visit Ottawa for the Actua National Conference this passed week, but here I am exploring feedly.

I started my account with a tech, DnD, and science feed and have followed a few prominent or interesting publishers. I have been using my social feeds in the past to stay up to date on topics of interest and have recently started re-exploring twitter. While my twitter-verse has continued to grow, I have found it more and more difficult to stay informed on different topics. I can appreciate feedly as the accounts of follow continue to grow. I look forward to curating feedly to my interests!

Looking at my new feedly, I do find it a little daunting as I have started with 163 recommended unread articles. I know I don’t have to read them all, but the way it is laid out makes me feel quite anxious. I am not sure when I am going to have time to read the long list of suggested articles, and I hope that I can find a balance!

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2 thoughts on “Feed me knowledge Feedly”

  1. Hey Megan,
    Yes, Feedly becomes quite overwhelming quite quickly. I decipher what I want to read by looking at titles as a good title can sometimes lead to a good article (I know, it sounds terrible but with so many articles I truly do, judge a book by its’ cover). If I have many articles I want to read in a day, I add some to “read later” so when I have downtime, I can read those articles. I hope Feedly is providing you with some fantastic articles!
    Until next time,
    Jayden

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