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Ross

Comparing "Bubba" to your mother is not an effective sales strategy - you sound like a politician throwing mud. Personally, Bubba's solution sounds very healthy to me. Limiting subscriptions and applying strong filters mean you get what you NEED without wasting time on the excess.

Scott Niesen

I think Craig hits the nail on the head (and not just because he's my boss.

His point is similar to a discussion regarding attention I had with David Berlind. David was concerned that by cutting off sources of information you risk missing something useful. In attempting to cut through information overload the downside is information underload.

I've tried controlling my subscription trigger finger and using persistent search tools to control the flow. A culled list of high value subscriptions and a quick daily scan of headlines on topics of interest brought in through RSS search doesn't take much time and every day I find learn something useful.

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