|kmhryhpdblyx on Sun, 28 Sep 2003 15:44:10 -0400|
At 11:42 AM 9/27/2003, you wrote:
I'm pretty news hungry and get a lot from sites like Slashdot (They have those cool BSD and gaming sections for updates), Wired and eWeek. I also subscribe to a heap of mailinglist, browse newsgroups and read the occasional Sysadmin mag, Linux mag. It gets a bit overwhelming at times sifting through them all and I'm wondering if any other sites have been successful at putting a lot of such stuff in one place. I've been reading some about news aggregators, but haven't really stumbled onto any that are worth checking out consistently. I figured some of you have your favorite spots for such news and would love to hear about where you go to keep current on stuff that interests you technically.
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