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  • by vek (2312) on 2002.07.13 2:38 (#10553) Journal
    I see you've already got a couple of these on your friends list but I'll list mine anyway - all highly recommeded BTW:

    gav, gnat, ziggy, davorg, chromatic, acme, dbjerg96, jjohn, autarch, chaoticset, TorgoX, Purdy, Matts, james, ovid, pudge, simon (moved on), darobin, 2shortplanks, pne, larson, hfb (moved on).

    Based on comments to a recent Matts [] journal it would seem that others think it far too much effort to visit non blogs. I really don't understand what all the whining is about. I mean how hard is it to bookmark the "foreign" blog you want to read? I have 9 non blogs that I view on my lunchbreak. They're all bookmarked so I just click, visit, read. It must take me, oh I don't know, a whole minute to "check" to see if those blogs have any new posts :-)
    • It's too much effort since I use journal-to-mail to screenscrape and email me the journals whenever one of my 'friends'[1] posts a journal.

      [1] Oh, this also explains why my friends list doesn't have half the people's journals I read on it.

    • (gnat's friends list grows ...)



    • I have 300K of bookmarks in my profile. They organized and things still get lost. It actually takes a lot of time to "check", I have realized this greatly since I created and started using le pnews []
      Were that I say, pancakes?
    • The two I probably enjoy reading most are 2shortplanks & richardc. Mainly because they nearly always reference modules and stuff I really feel I ought to take a look at. Don't always get the time to, but I do like new toys every now and then.

      Of the others I read most, well they're already in your list ;)