Websites without RSS
With a couple of exceptions, I read the vast majority of my daily web content by means of RSS, which is an acronym with a couple of different meanings. In short, it provides a quick way to check up on websites you frequent most. Using a RSS newsreader, such as what is currently built into the Mozilla Thunderbird email client, you are able to see at a glance which sites have been updated and browse the subjects that interest you most.
Thanks to RSS, I can keep up with a larger number of websites, mostly blogs these days, without remembering to go check them–the client lets me know when they’ve been updated. Heck, even slashdot has RSS.
It’s a pity that the new EuroVoIP blog that Andy pointed out doesn’t have an RSS feed. It means I probably won’t read it too often.