Information overload is one of the biggest hurdles you’ll have to deal with on the road to being more productive. There is so much out there and it’s so damn easy to spend hours sorting through your favorite blogs and Web sites. I’ve always been pretty good in keeping my reading time under control, that is until I started really using NetNewsWire to subscribe to feeds. I went through a phase where I really felt overwhelmed by the amount of news coming in and amazingly huge number of unread items I’d have.

I decided shortly thereafter to put into place some kind of rules, and a process, to keep control of all the information. I needed to do this so that I could stay sane and keep focused on my work.

I imagine many of you feel the same way. I’ve been asked by readers about this and I think it’s something anyone who reads blogs could benefit from taking some time to look at and reevaluate.

If you’re interested, I’ve got a few tips that have helped me keep control of the information, stay focused and actually get more out of the blogs I do read. After all, how much can you really take in if you are flying through hundreds of posts a day?

h3. How to get the most of your blog reading

* Group your feeds by order of importance. You know, like “Must Read”, “Not So Important”, etc. This helps so much. If you group things by topic, re-group them by importance within your topic group. This makes the less important easier to ignore.
* Set aside a time (or times) during your day to read. Try and stick to those times as strictly as possible.
* Use “mark all as read” liberally.
* Weed your reading list on a regular basis. Unsubscribe to anything you consider “noise” as soon as you realize it’s not being read.
* Set your newsreader to check only a few times a day, or if you use an online service, be sure and resist the urge to interrupt what you are doing and check for updates. Maybe to coincide with your reading times.
* Make use of services like, Digg and Technorati to find those diamonds in the rough.
* Slow down and read. Spend some time with those sites you really enjoy or those that you find real value in. I’ve found that if I spend more time reading and less time browsing I absorb more.
* Ditch a few link blogs. There are so many blogs out there that are just pointers to original content. These serve a great purpose, but try and find those that offer a unique point of view, or can bring items to the table that you can’t find elsewhere. I tend to follow the link lists of individuals I trust more than actual blogs devoted to linking.
* Keep in mind that if you read lots of blogs in the same space you’ll see things repeated and will be unlikely to miss anything you really should be reading.
* Understand that a day not paying attention to blogs is a day you can spend doing something productive. They’ll be there when you get back.

57 Comments on Productivity Tips For Avid Blog Readers

  1. Josh says:

    Thankyou. I really needed this. I’ve been trying to come to terms with the fact that there isn’t enough time in the day to be on top of EVERYTHING online, all the time.

    I find myself trying to read all my feeds so I can be ‘up to date’ on all the tech happenings, so I can be more productive.. except I use all of my productivity time reading feeds.

  2. Josh says:

    I forgot to add something. Be careful with feeds, and similar things. I had,, and my inbox feeds on my RSS reader. Instead of helping me find good links, it simply overwhelmed me. Everytime I logged in (and I was logging in every hour or two), I’d have 600 or so items between the feeds.

    The site just moves too fast.

  3. Guide To Managing Feeds

    Productivity Tips For Avid Blog Readers Damn. I really needed to read this. I’ve got a ton of feeds on my FeedLounge account, and I almost feel obligated to keep up on all of them. Problem is, with how fast the ‘net moves, if you keep up o…

  4. Bob Walsh says:

    Great Post! “overblogification” is fast beating email as something that gobbles up the day.

    That said, what do you suggest as a way to follow topics you are interested in (GTD, Project Management) in the blogosphere in a manageable way?

  5. Mike says:

    None of us would have these problems if D. Keith Robinson didn’t have so many Blogs!

    Seriously though, good tips, I’ve had a bit of a struggle with this since Thunderbird came out and I started reading most of my favorite blogs as feeds. I think an additional tip if you’re going to read a whole bunch of feeds: Don’t do what I do. Don’t integrate feeds with your email.

    Having a dedicated program for feeds might be one more RAM commitment on your part, but having unread feeds glaring at you from your email box is a difficult proposition when it comes to sorting through stuff (and I do mean “stuff” in the David Allen sense; feeds have great info but they’re “stuff” until you have a chance to really read them rather than browse, just like you said). It sounds like a great idea to have everything there in one spot, but the types of information coming into your mailbox and your feed reader are unlikely to be related.

    Great stuff, I’m envious of your multi-blog superpowers.

  6. Surf 11 says:

    Productivify tips for blog readers

  7. Productivity Tips For Avid Blog Readers

    Interesting post on To-Done about productivity for blog readers. Some excellent points. Memo to self and Cameron we should discuss this topic in an upcoming episode of the Personal Productivity Show. Productivity Tips For Avid Blog Readers

  8. Moses says:

    There’s an easier solution: don’t read blogs any more. Well, certainly not as any kind of duty. Never subscribed to feeds, seems like a way to deal with an addiction instead of just not having an addiction. Also, stop reading comments. They rarely have anything to say.

    For instance, I don’t have your site bookmarked. I don’t think it’s interesting enough to visit often. Not having a bookmark makes you forget a site exists. This is an immense time saver. So how do I come here? Well I see a link to your site on some other site I look at and think, I haven’t looked at that for a while, I’ll have a look if there’s anything interesting. I do this with many sites. Forgetting sites exist is a great streamliner. I rarely have more than ten blog bookmarks. If they grow, I prune. Ruthlessly.

    One day I will stop using the web just to idle away time and only use it for finding information. But that’s a counsel of perfection. Seems I actually like to waste and idle time every so often. Just try not to do it too often. I’m aware of the problem, but I’m far more ruthless than you seem to be. I don’t see any point regarding blog reading as akin to getting through your email inbox. The more activities we define as chores by the way we respond to them the less pleasure we’ll get from any of them. Wouldn’t you agree?

  9. Productivity Tips For Avid Blog Readers

    So much info; so little time. Is there a method/scheme available to help us digest the important stuff, on the cntinuum? You betcha!

  10. JimL says:

    I am very new to RSS feeds. For all that I have yet to learn about blogs and feeds, after reading this post I am very glad that I am using My Yahoo! for my RSS feeds — and NOT some Outlook add-in or dedicated software.

    Recently I have spent a decent amount of time checking my feeds and finding new, worthwhile ones, most of them work-related. But I have managed to reduce the amount of time I spend on this quite a bit. And I haven’t hesitated to cancel a few feeds here and there. I suppose this means that I’m beginning to value my time more and more.

    While I know I must be missing something by not exploring alternative methods, I am very content for now to keep using My Yahoo! to keep up on things.

  11. says:

    blog reading tips

    D. Keith Robinson, from, has some really great tips for avid blog readers. (I was using RssReader for awhile but now I’m waiting for a decent online reader to become widely available *cough*Feedlounge*cough*)

  12. I’m in agreement with you here. Though I take a more hardline approach. I have a few different categories set up for what I should be reading (events, music, web design) and an ‘other’ folder, which has subfolders of specific categories. I keep the ‘other’ folder closed when I need to focus on work. When I want to relax and read about things that don’t count as ‘work’ I open it up. I find this gets rid of the temptation of being totally distracted.

    I also run a separate program, Liferea, so that it’s not tempting to check it all the time. It’s my favorite of linux apps because it has categorization, and it can ‘open in new tab’ in firefox.

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  14. mouser says:

    A program that reports and highlights changes on webpages is essential for this; far beats any rss reader for keeping up with blogs, imho:

    Good review of the best of these tools:

  15. Kris says:

    USe Onfolio 2.0. It costs money but it does a great job of tracking feeds and integrating them into a personal database on whatever it is you are researching. If you want to keep and then be able to find again the info you get from the web you ought to use Onfolio. Only the 2.o does all this.

  16. Peter says:

    Wow, great minds think alike! I had many similar thoughts in June when I wrote up I might be keeping up with your blog. My entry was written specifically in response to a post by David Weinberger, but contains a lot of useful blog-reading tips. It’s written from the point of view of a Bloglines user, but could apply to any sort of blog reading client.

  17. Peter says:

    Oops. The link in my last comment should be this… I left the ‘l’ off of the end. I’ve since written a mod_rewrite rule to handle mistaken urls, but just for posterity, there you go.

  18. tim says:

    it seems like you already have (and went against his thinking) but if you haven’t, you should read Data Smog by David Shenk.

  19. Fred Wilson should read this post (tips for avid blog readers)

    In a previous post I revealed that Fred Wilson had abandoned his newsreader. I had a few suggestions, but I think this recent post from To-Done! Working to live. If you are an avid reader of blogs check it out – Fred – you check it out too!

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  21. Harmony says:

    I really agree with Moses. I used to catch up with about 30 blogs a day, plus LiveJournal, and at least two forums. I’d wonder why I’d get home and suddenly have no time left at the end of the night. Over a few months I ditched all of them, even those blogs I’d been following for years, it was just too much of a chore to keep up to date.

    Now, provided I have R&D time available at work, I give myself Friday mornings to catch up on feeds related directly to my work, and at home I have only a few news feeds which I can get through in an hour on a Saturday. It all feels like much less of a chore now, and I don’t actually miss any of the content I chose to stop reading. I like the fact that now I’m ‘doing’ a lot more than I am ‘reading’ :)

  22. inforedesign says:

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  23. Holy Shmoly! says:

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  25. shirazi says:

    Taken these very productive tips. Thanks.

  26. Mari says:


    Excellent overall tips! Thank for this post, this is what I’ve needed. One of the best tips you’ve given is to slow down and actually read instead of continuously browse. I feel as though I’m being more productive when I speed through these blogs, but you are right, we must actually read the most important ones.

    Great tips!

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    Queridos hijos de puta:

    Acabo de recibir vuestra asquerosa carta de mierda dónde me amenazáis
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    he consumido y que es totalmente injusta, sin embargo a pesar de obrar
    las pruebas de lo que digo en vuestro poder, es decir en vuestros
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    morosos], del cual somos miembros asociados, le agradeceré que el citado
    importe lo haga efectivo en el plazo de quince días a contar desde el
    recibo de la presente, de alguna de las siguientes formas:

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    queréis guerra?

    pues la vais a tener vais a lamentar el día en el que me conocisteis

    tengo mucha paciencia y mucho tiempo (o eso creo) para joderos, hasta
    el último puto gato en españa se va a enterar de lo ladrones hijos de
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    me suda mucho la polla mi poder no es tan banal como creéis y si no al

    bueno queridos hijos de puta de movistar empieza el juego nos
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    PostData: querido presi de la compañía de mierda, el azar te libre de
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    Bien la cosa va de lo siguiente.

    Cómo todos o casi todos sabéis Telefónica de España como su propio
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    Pues bien, Alejandro hace un tiempo contrató con movistar un servicio
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    Hasta aquí todo correcto pero que pasó?

    Lo que pasó es que este tipo de conexiones a internet a través de
    teléfonica tienen un riesgo grande, y es que te cobran por la cantidad de
    datos que recibes y envías a internet (y no por el tiempo de conexión
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    Es decir, tienes una tarifa plana en la que pagas 59 euros por
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    Lo que le pasó a Alejandro es que un virus (un gusano, del tipo
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    que el giga fue rebasado muy ampliamente y duplicado varias veces. De
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    Esa factura es indebida. Alejandro no consumió ese ancho de banda. Lo
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    Afortunadamente Alejandro es un doctorando en informática y se dio
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    Por otro lado, si Alejandro no fuese informático profesional la factura
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    Movistar con toda seguridad debió ver en la monitorización de sus
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    los meses, el consumo se disparó sin justificación un 3000 por ciento,
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    Que sí, que yo también estoy de acuerdo, movistar sois una casa de

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    caso movistar

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