I'm a feed junkie. Perhaps not as bad a some, but at one point my Bloglines account peaked at over 250 feeds. Meanwhile, I keep stumbling on additional feeds I wish I could follow, but there's just no time. Long ago I established a "Probation" folder for feeds I might want to follow and a "Too busy" folder for feeds like Slashdot where even scanning headlines is a problem. Gradually more and more feeds ended up in "Too busy" or just unsubscribed.
the perfect companion for blog reading. Tell Rovr which blogs you like. From then on, as you browse, Rovr fetches from them stories that link to the what you're browsing and shows them to you right on the page.
This happens via a tiny tray that briefly slides in from the right when you hit a new page (blog or otherwise) for which there is related content in any of your BlogRovR subscription. See the example on the right.
After two weeks of use, my BlogRovr subscriptions now include not only the feeds I subscribe to in Bloglines, but every other RSS feed I've stumbled on that looks even mildly interesting. The net effect is that, if a mildly interesting blog covers a subject I otherwise happen read about, I find out about the related article(s).
I'm now removing overlapping coverage from my Bloglines subscription. Who needs to see everything from all top 30 VoIP bloggers when most (certainly the top ten) present slightly different shades of opinion on the same set of stories?
I now follow the busiest sites in headlines-only mode and rely on BlogRovR to point out related articles.
So far, this appears to be a winning combination!