Originally Posted by τhε ṿαlε'ṡ lïlÿ
I use 'Google Reader' to keep up with my various newsfeeds - at present I'm subscribed to 1,552 different RSS feeds in it, though few make it into my actual daily "A-list", and I only even glance at about 250 articles a day, and read fewer than that. The top 11 sites I read in this fashion, with the most articles per day, are Metafilter, Boing Boing, Slashdot, Pharyngula, Dispatches from the Culture Wars, "Lawyers, Guns and Money", Greg Laden's Blog, FAILblog, Beyond the Beyond, kottke.org, and Friendly Atheist. Of those, so far only Pharyngula, which is run by a biology professor, and Friendly Atheist have mentioned the new attack. That is why I sourced this thread using those two articles... and I was very careful to include those articles' links to /their/ original sources, including the Times Online. That seemed quite sufficient attribution.
If what you are asking is why I'm subscribed to those particular blogs in the first place: I'm subscribed to a wide variety of blogs, and file them into such categories as webcomics, podcasts, cryptography, gaming, genealogy, ham radio, local news, medicine, military, outdoorsy & hiking, political, atheism, libertarianism, skepticism, rationalism, science, "people I disagree with", civil rights, human rights, online rights, science, science fiction, space, and a number of others - 75 different tags in all. Not counting Twitter feeds which I mostly ignore, there are about three dozen blogs in my 'atheism' section; 1500 feeds split into 75 categories means I have an average of around 20 feeds per category, so the number of blogs I pay atetntion to about atheism is above average, but not excessively so.
Thank you for your time,
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