It is perfect timing for me to be having this conversation with David Buchan about using PersonalBrain with a blog aggregator. Now that I have left my job to home, I need to rejigger the way I use my personal information management tools. I've already switched to a combined mail-tasks-calendar-notes system at home, which also conveniently talks to my PDA. Now I need to figure out how to better integrate my wide range of blog feeds.

How do other people deal with this overload? I know some that rely on a private blog to capture interesting items. Other people seem to blog about everything that catches their interest. At some level, I rely on Google to find articles I've run across in the past that I find interesting.

Speaking of getting more information into my aggregator, did I mention that Feedster has figured out how to grok Blogspot into rss?

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I'm using Bloomba, combining email and rss. I need to upgrade my palm and plan on using the palm desktop for the rest of it.

I'm waiting for the day when blogs and wikis combine into one page.

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