Feed-share and share alike

My RSS feeds overflow with all sorts of linkable goodness — far too much to post here. So I’ve decided to share some of those items via Google Reader’s sharing option. See the tab on the top of this blog titled shared items? Just click there to find links to interesting items from my RSS reader. Don’t worry. I’m not posting every item from every feed — just the stuff I find interesting and/or halfway relevant.

You can even subscribe to my shared items in your own RSS reader.

I got the idea from Design Dyke.

Now playing: The Libertines – Can?t Stand Me Now
via FoxyTunes

Author: andrewcareaga

Higher ed PR and marketing guy. Communications director for Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) in Rolla, Missouri, USA. Slow runner, mediocre guitarist, lover of music and puns, and an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan. I blog and Tweet about #highered, #music, #gocards and #random stuff.

3 thoughts on “Feed-share and share alike”

  1. I found though that now I blog much less that I’ve started doing that… I say to myself, “I’ll share it and go back to it when I’ve the time” but it’s not really happening!

  2. Jay – If my list of feeds were manageable, sharing the entire list would be an option. As the list now stands, it is a behemoth that includes feeds related to this blog, to my job at UMR, to music and to other interests. I suppose I could pare the list and create a more manageable list for Bloglines. Although your Bloglines list is enormous but well-organized — proof that size and organization aren’t mutually exclusive. I do enjoy picking items to share, rather than just dumping my entire list on the world. There’s enough flotsam in the blogosphere as it is.

    Dyke – I can see how that might happen. Hope you get back into the blogging habit soon. (It appears that you’re already back at it.)

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