Sigh. My interwebs are broken. Or clogged.

I read 104 blogs every day, thanks to the miracle of Bloglines. Alas, it seems that Bloglines is not working. Or else all 104 bloggers decided to take the day off, which seems unlikely. There are usually 50 posts to read on Anglicanism alone, every time I open my trusty Macbook Pro. Now, nada. Especially irritating is the fact that I can’t find notice of an outage on Bloglines itself, though I’m not the only one with this problem. Grrr.

Why am I telling you this, dear reader? Because those 104 blogs are the fodder for most of my entries here. So if this keeps up, eventually the entire blogosphere will grind to a halt, as other blogs run out of blogs to froth about. Maybe I should hope for that outcome. Or maybe I should just get a new RSS aggregator. Suggestions are welcome.

I’ll see if I can muster an original thought in a next 12 hours or so. I’ll try to do my part to keep the tubes flowing.

UPDATE: The tubes are working now, but I’ve given up on Bloglines. See why I’m using NewsGator now.

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2 Responses

  1. Peter Carey says:

    maybe it’s time to use the google reader…, but the last thing I want to do is cause more schism by suggesting alternative programs (or operating systems) … but I do love my pc and my google reader — peace, peter

  2. Scott Gunn says:

    OK, I love all things Google. Really. We practically run my whole parish on Google. But I just can’t learn to love the reader. Too hard to manage 100 feeds, mark as new, etc. I can make it through my blogroll on bloglines in 5 minutes. It took much longer with reader. Maybe it’s just me.

    As for OS… I actually use Windoze for some stuff. I’m not one of those Mac-heads. I just think Apple has better industrial designers and prettier software. I don’t buy the notion that Macs are easier to use, etc. Oh, the one advantage they have that matters is that they’re Unix-based, so they crash less. I love that. No more BSOD.

    So I think we can find a way to stay in techno-communion.

    Pax,
    Scott

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