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Reading Habits — Managing your reading list, bookmarks and RSS feeds

For most of us, much of our lives nowadays revolve around navigating the (Mis)Information Highway where there’s (almost) always something good to read. In the process of doing so, we are bound to come across some information we’d like to keep bookmarked.

When information piles up, how do you keep track of what you’ve read, what you’d love to read and what information you’d like to store for reference at a later date?

Different people will recommend various methods to do the above; here, I will share some of my tips on managing the huge library of information that’s at our fingertips, and I hope you’ll find a tip or two helpful.

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Top 10 Best-Designed Christian Blogs

Most Christian bloggers, in prudence, host their blogs either on WordPress.com or Google’s Blogger. There are, however, a good number who prefer to have a unique domain name and host their blogs with commercial web hosting companies.

Since most blogs on the aforementioned blog services are limited in the variety of themes/templates they can use, not many of them will be featured in this list. There are, however, a couple that have made the list because of their innovative use of graphics that make them stand out.

All 10 blogs featured are listed solely on the merit of their designs. This is one of those rare cases where, like the Emergent church, I’ll ignore theology and just look at the superficial, i.e. I do not necessarily agree with all that’s written in the featured blogs. Without further ado, here are the top 10 best-designed Christian blogs in no particular order:
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I’m a Christian and a geek, so I think that puts me in a unique position to help other Christians understand and optimize technology in their daily lives and to help them become better bloggers.

I’ve been working in the IT industry here in Singapore since graduating from college more than a decade ago, and though I’ve not been on the technical side of things for quite awhile now, I still have a strong interest in all things geek.

I hope you’ll enjoy the tips and reviews I’ll be posting on this blog.

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