What websites do you all check more than once per week?

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  • frontend

    The Guardian DotCom.

    The Atlantic, Protocol, CNBC, The Dispatch, Sabato's Crystal Ball, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, Politico (both US and EU), the Guardian, East Asia Forum, and the South China Morning Post.

  • elfeed-protocol

    Provide extra protocols to make like Fever, NewsBlur, Nextcloud/ownCloud News and Tiny Tiny RSS work with elfeed

    I used Feedly for a good while, but switched to newsblur, mostly b/c I wanted to experiment with my own feed ordering methods. Both are good; feedly seems to be aimed at journalists trying to keep up with the state of the discourse, whereas newsblur seems to be aiming at folks who want to opt out of facebook/twitter as a medium of article exchange.

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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