H/T Will Richardson:
— Will Richardson (@willrich45) April 6, 2012
Others I use and/or know about:
(I use my Google Reader primarily with the Mobile RSS Free iPhone app)
Updates: Since I included Pintrest in this list, which really isn’t an ‘article aggregator’ per se, Tim Stahmer pointed out correctly we shouldn’t forget Delicious for social bookmarking. If we’re including Delicious we also must mention Diigo. The past few months I’ve been using ZooTool along with ifttt as an “information trap” to save bookmarks to Diigo/Delicious as well as an article sharing blog on Posterous… and periodically Tweet links as “iReading” suggestions via a special tag. For some reason in early March ZooTool stopped working for me via email, however, and I haven’t fixed this problem or found an alternative email-to-social bookmark option to replace it. I have emailed ZooTool tech support and need to follow up. I wasn’t really intending to conflate social bookmarking with article aggregation here, but it’s valuable to talk about both because they do/can have similar functions.
What do you use to aggregate and share media? What am I missing which should be included on this list?
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