This website covers knowledge management, personal effectiveness, theory of constraints, amongst other topics. Opinions expressed here are strictly those of the owner, Jack Vinson, and those of the commenters.


It is perfect timing for me to be having this conversation with David Buchan about using PersonalBrain with a blog aggregator. Now that I have left my job to home, I need to rejigger the way I use my personal information management tools. I've already switched to a combined mail-tasks-calendar-notes system at home, which also conveniently talks to my PDA. Now I need to figure out how to better integrate my wide range of blog feeds.

How do other people deal with this overload? I know some that rely on a private blog to capture interesting items. Other people seem to blog about everything that catches their interest. At some level, I rely on Google to find articles I've run across in the past that I find interesting.

Speaking of getting more information into my aggregator, did I mention that Feedster has figured out how to grok Blogspot into rss?

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