RSS feed readers themselves as well as subscription trimming and keyboard shortcuts are great ways to get your news and information quickly and easily. But do you know how much time you’re saving?
Are you saving time at all? Analysis is a good thing. Matt Cornell has gone one better and timed his feed reading. He’s posted his results on his website.
On curious thing I noticed: When I’m timing myself I’m much more aware of the two minute rule, which results in a more focused, more efficient session.
Would you see benefit in analyzing time spent on your reader? Are you getting more information quicker, or just more information?
What’s your feed reading speed? – [Matt'sIdeaBlog]