RSS Swap Anyone?

Does anyone want to swap RSS for a week? I need a change.

I don’t know about you, but I think the RSS feeds I read may be driving me insane. Feel like I do? All your RSS reader has to do is be accessible via the browser– I’ll read your stuff for a week, you read mine. We both get a change of pace. Sound good?





10 responses to “RSS Swap Anyone?”

  1. Rob McDougall Avatar

    I’ll go for some of that – I’ll email you when I get home from work!

  2. Christopher S. Penn Avatar

    I’m game. Google Reader fun!

  3. andrew Avatar

    This is even lamer than being a 26 years old Pog enthusiast. is all you need to know

  4. Moses Avatar

    Intriguing. I’m using Bloglines; could just swap out my password and pass it to you. 27 feeds, most of them don’t update daily.

  5. hugh Avatar

    just delete em all. go RSS free for a week. you won’t regret it. then add the 10 or so you missed, or keep yourself unenslaved.

  6. Julien Avatar

    i’m not a slave i swear!

  7. hugh Avatar

    Let the info peddlers tremble at a neo-ludite revolution. The rss-addicted have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Infojunkies of all countries, unite!

  8. Moses Avatar

    I think hugh’s got the right idea. Wipe it all out (well, make a backup, but don’t look at it), go cold turkey for a week. After that week, start adding the ones that you actually remember and thought were useful. A lot of dross goes away when you aren’t paying attention to it.

  9. DHP Avatar

    Okay, when I first saw this headline I thought you meant something completely different. Interesting idea, though.

    However, care to swap shows for a week (month, whatever)? Not that I’m tired of mine – far, far from it – and not that it’s an entirely original idea, but it might be nice to break the routine and try on a different set of clothes. Anyone else interested?

    – DHP

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