Like Sellsius, I’m addicted to my Bloglines reader. But lately I have found myself straying from its confines and paying daily visits to a couple of mega-RSS aggregation sites; Original Signals and popurls. What I really like about these sites (aside from their nice, clean designs) is that, in just a quick glance, you can get a sense of what’s happening right across the blogosphere – new links, new stories, new commentary and much more.
Until now, the sites included on the page were left up to the discretion of the site’s owner however. SpeedyFeed.com aims to try and change this. The site lets you choose your favorite sites and have all of their feeds easily accessible on a single page. Not unlike what you can already do with personalized homepages like Google’s or my current favorite, Netvibes. But where SpeedyFeed is different is that it allows you to create and share these pages with everyone.
Check out the Real Estate 2.0 page I created – which includes feeds from many blogs that primarily write about the intersection of real estate and technology. (All but the RE Tomato‘s feed unfortunately, which I could not, for of the life of me, get Speedy Feed to recognize…)
I hope you find it useful and it can become part of your daily web reading as well.