Perhaps the more precise question is, how do you read and comment on blogs?
When I first discovered the blogging community about a year ago, I was utterly enamored with all the incredible blogs out there. And my sewing binge of last year, which really helped me go from beginner to advanced beginner, coincided with a part-time work schedule. There were no pains to sit at the computer or sewing machine for hours on end.
But now I manage two websites (among other things) and the last thing I want to do when I get home is to spend hours on my computer. I recently bought a Nook Color e-reader (envy 'cause my cousin had one, monkey see, monkey do) and I love curling up on the couch and reading the news, your blogs and surfing the web for whatever random obsession I've got at the moment. It's one of the great pleasures of my days.
Here's the problemo: It's very difficult for me to comment unless I'm on my computer with a real keyboard. I read several blogs each day on my e-reader (or sneaking in a few at work), saying I'll return to them on the weekend when I fire up the home computer and log a whole bunch o' comments, but the reality is that doesn't always happen.
So perhaps you can advise me. What do you do? Do you always read/comment from a computer? Your phone? An e-reader? Do you use an RSS reader to track all of your blogs, and if so which one? Google Reader has worked fine for my computer blog reading, but now I'm looking for alternatives. Is there one, for example, where I can comment in the RSS reader itself? Or does good ol' bookmarking work for you?
Anyway, I'd love your thoughts and thanks!
Your seemingly absent reader,
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