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    • CommentAuthorpi8you
    • CommentTimeSep 18th 2008
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    Opera's built in feed reader is the only one for me! 60-70 feeds all coming into the sidebar, with each update treated like a little mail message, heavily filtered into the appropriate categories, and even some sub-filtering for the all-important Tosho feed. All of which lets me be distracted/lazy and let some things build up until I'm at a point where I just decide to burn through all of a given category. My only wish is that it were a little more portable, but otherwise its been completely perfect.
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    @LokiZero

    Google Reader automatically loads the iPhone version. It works very well.
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      CommentAuthornorton
    • CommentTimeSep 18th 2008
     (3611.23)
    I'm a bloglines user. Works really well and I can run it from anywhere.
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      CommentAuthorAlastair
    • CommentTimeSep 18th 2008
     (3611.24)
    trying that netfire thingey
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    Chalk up another point for Sage with FF. I'm always looking for better solutions, though.
    • CommentAuthorPablo
    • CommentTimeSep 18th 2008
     (3611.26)
    Google Reader. It's set up as my homepage.
    • CommentAuthorSteerpike
    • CommentTimeSep 18th 2008
     (3611.27)
    I use NetNewsWire, synced with the online version.
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    netnewswire also.
    • CommentAuthorbuzzorhowl
    • CommentTimeSep 18th 2008
     (3611.29)
    @heilbrittanica--i actually never used a feeder until i learned about google reader.

    Me neither. I'm with those who use Google reader because they're not always at the same computer. I have my home desktop and my work machine that I'm on every day, so it's just way easier to have something I can look at on both machines.
    • CommentAuthorMaC
    • CommentTimeSep 19th 2008
     (3611.30)
    I'm using Newsgator Desktop. I tried Feeddemon and a few othersbut I love the way NG's desktop alert will often give me the entire article to read from a little pop-up from my system tray. At the very least I get the title of the article a link to the actual webpage for Newsarama which I think is one of the only feeds I read that doesn't give me the full article via RSS and requires me to go to the site.

    I don't like having to go somewhere to read the feeds I follow, I like them to come to me so I can scroll through them leisurely while watching a video or whatever.
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      CommentAuthorSnow
    • CommentTimeSep 19th 2008
     (3611.31)
    Google Reader. Mainly because it lets me share feeds with my friends easily, that and being able to comment on them with ease.
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      CommentAuthorglukkake
    • CommentTimeSep 19th 2008
     (3611.32)
    I'm a mac user and I've been using Vienna.

    I haven't tried to use it for anything more than reading - no sharing, no... well I don't know what else you would expect to be doing with it - and it has worked well enough for me. It has become a bit slow this week, but I'm not sure if that's just because I haven't restarted my laptop in a couple of weeks or that it's slowing down from my having too many feeds.