Mark all as read: momentary headspace

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A week offline (well just about anyway) and google reader is telling me I have over 3000 unread items…

So I have just hit the “Mark all as read” button.

For a brief moment, my google reader is empty. I can’t remember the last time it was empty.

I wonder what I’ve missed.

Using a combination of different techniques I’ve been managing to keep my email inbox empty for several months now. But that “space” soon became filled with unread items in my RSS subscriptions.

It’ll be interesting to see which bits start filling up first. My “news” (whatever that means these days) tag is the most obvious candidate.

Apparently I have 189 subscriptions. And that’s after a bit of tidying up. Of those, there are only a few that I really hope will have new items each time I check – and they’re virtually all written by people I’ve met.

3 Replies to “Mark all as read: momentary headspace”

  1. Hi there – a bit more news for you to digest, we’re doing another Experiment 1 sonic arts night, not in Peckham this time, but just up the road in Elephant and Castle. You can see some more info about it here: http://www.experiment1.co.uk

    Let me know if you want some free tickets.
    Regards, L

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