Do you view my weblog via feed or web browser? June 21, 2007 by Jen at Semantically driven Please satisfy my curiosity. If you’re a reader of this blog, either regular or not, have you visited me via a feed reader or by other means. Just drop me a comment to let me know. Please, I won’t sleep if you don’t.
Hey there Jaycee – I am one of your 2 blogline subscribers – just back at the computer for the first day in forever – so hi!!
A Google Reader here — but if there’s a photo I particularly like then I’ll some into the log itself. Likewise if I think that the comments will interest me — or if I want to make one.
PS Glad to note from your recent posts that you’re feeling rather better about life than you were. Keep it up! Love from the UK!
Miss Eagle says
Just dropping by to let you that I read you through a feed, Feed Demon. I read a lot of blogs and it is the only way to manage. From time to time, I click on the url in the feed so that I can read you “in the flesh” in a manner of speaking. Re Big Brother – pullease…have to tell you I skip over those posts. Love the ones about JJ and work. Anyway, you make the cut. Because I have so many on my blog, I have been unsubscribing lately – and you are still there. You are valued. You contribute. Keep going.
Erika, Plain Jane Mom says
Google Reader, baby.
Thanks to everyone who’s commented. Looks like the feed readers win the day. This could explain why my weblog stats have gone down a bit. Feed reader stats have correspondingly gone up though.
FYI I visit through web browser from my bookmarks. Haven’t been reading or writing much for a week, but getting back to it, so just found the earlier nice link you gave me. Interesting words and pics here.
I have you bookmarked at the moment. Though I’m working on adding all my bookmarks to Bloglines since I have so many bookmarks now.
Initially, through Google Reader – via BUMPzee. However, I often click through to the website after a few lines. Like Hazel, if I think the comments might interest me, I’ll be happy to click through.
I rarely bookmark a site these days. To me, the feed reader is the new “favourites”. Any individual points of interest get del.icio.us-ed. I’m getting increasingly frustrated with StumbleUpon, but now I really am off-topic!