My shared feeds

When I mentioned that I’m subscribed to 1,000 RSS feeds, Gareth suggested that I share them at a public Bloglines page like he does. But it’s been so long since I used my Bloglines account that I’ve forgotten my password and, besides, Google Reader has a similar feature, which I think is even better – public pages. Below are links to some of my Google Reader public pages; each page displays items from blogs labelled with that particular tag (category). I’ll add a link to this post in the sidebar later this week.

And here’s my Google Reader shared items blog.

4 thoughts on “My shared feeds

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