RSS, and Stumbling Upon Endless Topics of Conversation
I wrote a post last week titled “How Subscribing to RSS Feeds Can Help Improve Your Conversation Skills” The point of that article was to show you that there is an easy way to stay up to date with the latest headlines and to educate yourself on an endless array of topics you might find interesting.
Many of you guys requested that I list some sites that I recommend subscribing to. In that article I linked out to a handful of sites in various categories that would give you a good start.
If you’re looking for more blogs to add to your list of feeds then here are some good ways to find them.
1. Go to Technorati popular blogs page. This is a list of the top 100 blogs that people are reading. This is a surefire way to get you to the mainstream sites. These sites are updated frequently and read by many.
2. Join Stumbleupon. This free service has quickly become my favorite way of surfing the internet. What it does is allow you to pick topics that you like, and then hit “stumble” and it will bring you to a various site that other “stumblers” have approved of. I’ve found a whole shit load of “hidden gems” through doing this. For those of you looking for joke and humor sites, you can search by a humor category…I’ve found some funny stuff. Its quite fun too, as you get to recommend sites as well. (Don’t forget to stumble this site regularly to spread the word!!)
3. Go to Digg.com. Digg is another good social media site that allows users to “digg” the sites they like. Digg is good for offbeat news, technology, and politics. I’ve found Stumbleupon to be the better of the social media sites because it allows me find sites outside of the box. If you’re an active digger… don’t forget to digg the articles on this site you find helpul.
Hope this helps you guys to find some good sites to add to your list of RSS feeds. If you find some good ones make sure you share them with the rest of us.
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About Bobby Rio I'm Bobby Rio, one of the founders of TSB. I tend to write about what is on my mind so you'll find a mix of self development, social dynamics and dating articles/experiences. For a collection of some of my favorite articles check them out.