How to read more RSS feeds than you can imagine!

by Fred

This comes via a collection of some of my favorite online humans (and one I know).

First, I am a frequenter on David Seah’s blog. If you’re a graphic designer, go there. If you have to manage your time for any reason, go there. If you like great food, go there. Eh, it’s David go, he’s great. David wrote a review of Timothy Ferris’s book Four Hour Work Week, which I’m finishing later tonight. It is absoloutely amazing. So just go get it. You know,, if you like lifechanging ideas and stuff like that.

So while following Timothy Ferris’s travels (and there are a LOT) he went and talked to the Scobleizer! ( Robert Scoble Writer/Prolific blogger/ techno-maestro /Mr. Plugged in).

Where’s the RSS reading tricks? (well just wait a sec, here they are!) Timothy Ferris and Robert Scoble got together and made a quick video of how Robert manages to put such massive amounts of information into his brain on a daily basis. (pssst,, keep reading for more!)

What are his tricks? Well first I say,,, watch the video, its shakey, but very effective.

The long and short of it, get Google Reader,, load it and use it.

Understand that, if you’re on the plane (or on the go) you need to be plugged in to the web, so then you’ll need a true, RSS feed reader (outlook, Feedgator, etc).

Also, learn the simpler settings and keyboard shortcuts, (j and k,, biggies,, learn,, know).

Thanks:

David Seah- buy the upcoming time management tablets,

Tim Ferris- buy the Four Hour Work Week,

Robert Scoble – Read the Scobelizer

8 reviews or comments

Random Good Stuff Says: May 18, 2007 at 2:08 am

Wondering if David would share his OPML with us.

Fred Says: May 18, 2007 at 6:54 am

umm, what’s an OMPL?

Retarded Says: May 18, 2007 at 10:06 am

I do the same thing with Google Homepage feeds and stuff. But I only have nine… =p

Han Solo Says: November 1, 2007 at 3:22 pm

So you are insinuating that Scoble has a brain? Whoooaaa.

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