Question: how do you keep up to date with news, consume news and fine new sources to follow?

Specifically tech, as that’s what I’m interested in, but could be anything really.

@kev Years and years ago, I started consolidating RSS feeds into Google Reader. When it died, I moved into Feedly, and I've been there since. RSS feeds come and go depending on my interests, but I have between 50 and 100 different feeds (I think, there's a lot of them) that I browse through on a regular basis. I'd like to move away from Feedly to something more Libre, but so far I've been too lazy. Every now and again I'll research alternatives, but I have yet to actually make the move.

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@mike @kev If you want to selfhost, there’s miniflux. It’s really minimalistic but works well and has nice features. miniflux.app
Something more like the old google reader would be tiny tiny rss but I haven’t used this one.

@vordenken I've been trying to move away from self hosting lately just because I don't feel I have the time to put into it to do it the right way. Lazy, I know, but I need to have some time during my day where I'm unplugged and I can play with my kids or just sit on the couch with my wife.

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@vordenken @mike @kev +1 for miniflux. Tiny (for real) footprint and has everything I need. I really fell in love with Go software in Docker for self-hosting.
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