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Reader

This page needs so much updating, I’m just leaving it up because it was a helluva lot work in the first place and I don’t want to delete it.

Here’s a collection of links – everything that’s in my reader right now. I’ve roughly put them into categories, sometimes double posting links. I know, of course, that not everything will be a hundred percent fit, but one can try.

If you find yourself here and are extremely unhappy with the category I put you in, tell me.

Art

Letters from Johns and Letters from Working Girls
Little People
Post Secret

Books, Writers and Publishing

Blog of a Bookslut
Bookninja
Books by Rotten
Bookshelves of Doom
Editorial Ass
Erotica Cover Watch
The Guardian Book Blog
John Green
Judge a Book by Its Cover
Michael Reaves
Neil Gaiman
Smart Bitches, Trashy Books
Tor

Funny Things

Apostrophism
Cake Wrecks
Criggo
Crummy Church Signs
English Fail Blog
Grammar Blog
Not Always Right
Photoshop Disasters
Signs of the Times
Why Women Hate Men

Movies

Couch Critics
The Guardian Film Blog
Overthinking It

Personal Blogs

ambre/lena (German)
Arysuh’s Luftschloss (French)
Babsi (German)
bApHoMEt (old)
bApHoMEt – The Mute Oracle
Books by Rotten
Bookshelves of Doom
Charl
Crevette
Deadra’s Luftschloss (German)
Eggstreamly Eggcentric
John Green
The Known Universe
L. (English/German mixed)
Lekhni
LiberryDwarf
Lonesome Gegenfeuer (German)
Michael Reaves
Neil Gaiman
Prestidigitator
Rambling Perfectionist
Ruhi
Shefaly
Stephen Fry
Swen
Three Minute Boy
Webgoblin

Politics and News

Alas, a Blog
Bitch Blogs
Boing Boing
Broadsheet (Salon.com)
Shakesville

Webcomics

Dinosaur Comics
Garfield Minus Garfield
PHD Comics
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Savage Chickens
A Softer World
XKCD

4 comments

  1. …wow, that is a whole bunch of feeds. How many posts per day,total? How many do you actually read?


  2. It’s about 100-150 posts a day. Mostly, I skim them for things I find interesting. Except the blogs from people I actually interact with, there I read every word. :)


  3. @K

    Aren’t you glad for some bloggers like me who do not write every day? :-)


  4. :)
    Definitely helps to keep my reading time lower. ;) Especially your posts are always so thoughtful that I can’t just skim them.

    But the good thing is that nobody forces me to read it all. If I don’t feel like it, I just mark the posts as read or leave them for later.



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