Feedly mobile is fixed!

...and everything is right in my 'Personal News Aggregation' universe. For about a week, I was having problems syncing my accounts on feedly and Google Reader and it was really frustrating -- especially since it has always worked so well in the past. As you can see, however, my desktop version... ...is the same as … Continue reading Feedly mobile is fixed!

How to make feedly your default rss reader in Chrome

Do you love feedly as much as I do? Here's a short 3 minute lesson on how to make it your default rss reader: http://youtu.be/M1MdwKPX4jA Here's the text to copy and paste: http://www.feedly.com/home#subscription/feed/%s Of course, you can also subscribe using the Feedly Mini button but if you're used to using that RSS icon this will … Continue reading How to make feedly your default rss reader in Chrome

Email Is Not Broken; We Are

Here’s an interesting perspective on the ‘problem’ of email… There's a constant flow of "email is/is not broken" articles across the internet, but most of them miss the point. Email as a system is not broken, but we, through our email behaviors, are. Nearly all of the articles written recently about fixing email have concentrated … Continue reading Email Is Not Broken; We Are

Online with Erin

Last week, I posted that I had been chosen by Erin Davisson of WFRV TV in Green Bay to talk with her viewers about Google Reader. That segment was aired this evening... http://www.wfrv.com/v/?i=123863049 Here's the transcript... Need to do a lot of online research? There's a Google tool that can help make you a lot … Continue reading Online with Erin

A face for radio

This afternoon, I thought I was heading to a personal digital coaching session on Google Reader for local anchorwoman Erin Davisson of WFRV TV in Green Bay. Instead, unbeknownst to me, it was Erin's intention to interview me for an upcoming news segment... Fortunately, I'm always ready to talk about the power of 'personal news … Continue reading A face for radio

How to Manage Email Overload with some help from your RSS Reader

Here's a post on one of my favorite topics. Save your inbox for 'just in time' information by sending all your 'just in case' information to your newsfeed reader... "If you’re feeling overwhelmed with the sheer volume of email messages that hit your Inbox daily, try these new ideas that may help reduce your overall … Continue reading How to Manage Email Overload with some help from your RSS Reader