Over at Merlin Mann’s 43 Folders (who recently sent a schwack of traffic to this old post), I read Wood Tang’s interesting theory on reorganizing your folders in you RSS reader. It makes a lot of sense:
So it dawned on me to group my feeds by the way in which I want to read them, not by topic. If there were some feeds that I didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t mind missing, and some of which I wanted to read every single word, I should organize them that way, not by their putative subject areas.
He suggests categories like ‘Can’t Miss’, ‘Skip Them’ and so forth. I could combine this with feed filtering from AideRSS and consume more of my feeds more efficiently.