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Lee Behnke Posted: Thu, Mar 28 2013 12:40 PM

I've always used Google Reader to follow 8 to 10 quilting and knitting blogs.  Now, Google says it will discontinue Reader in July. I don't know much about blog-following sites -- a friend recommend Google Reader when I first started reading blogs, and I've used it ever since.

Does anyone know of a good blog-reading site that can follow all my chosen blogs and group the new posts into one package? 

Thanks.

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Sukochi replied on Thu, Mar 28 2013 1:27 PM

Just use a search engine to search "quilting blogs". There are tons of blogs.

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Lee

I use Pinterest.com  I have a private folder and put all the blogs I enjoy in that folder. I use Pinterest to "Pin" anything I find of interest on the internet. Quilt patterns, a favorite website, recipe ideas, photos etc etc. I love it.

 


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Sukochi replied on Thu, Mar 28 2013 2:27 PM

I didn't even think about Pintrest. I love that. Have all sorts of boards. Judy what is your pintrest name, and I will follow you on there?

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quiltylee:

I didn't even think about Pintrest. I love that. Have all sorts of boards. Judy what is your pintrest name, and I will follow you on there?

 

It's jstquilting

 

 


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Kris replied on Fri, Mar 29 2013 12:56 PM

Lee,

try Feedly or Bloglovin for your blog feeds. Both of them allow you to import your feeds from Google after signing up.

I use my email program for RSS feeds. It's more convenient for me. Some web browsers also have built in feed readers.

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Thanks, everyone, for the suggestions.  I'll check them all out.

Lee

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