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I have a very similar workflow using Google Reader. It's my primary research tool.
Group blogs by topic into folders
Star and tag things for later retrieval, send to Evernote
Send articles to Twitter and Email to share with people
It is definitely the tool that I use most often.
Nice article,

I use Google Reader extensively, esp. after I figured out I can log in on my phone. It feeds articles to me 10 at a time, I can scroll through the headlines, read some, and star things of interest. When I get back to my PC I pull up the starred articles and either share them on Twitter (I put bitly sidebar in my menu to make this quick and easy) or email them to colleagues. I am never bored; I always have my Google Reader to keep me entertained!


Thanks for the kind words and the warning to anyone planning on following my shares. I may share a lot, but other Google Reader addicts are Louis Gray, Michael Fruchter and Jesse Stay. Louis will overlap with me a lot but he also throws in more Apple and gadget related info. Jesse overlaps as well but has more development information. Michael has more business and marketing related shares and is definitely a good addition.

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