Harvard Blogs vs. Bloglines?

Philip Greenspun and John Palfrey both have blogs on the Harvard blogoplex.  Philip’s last entry was on April 2nd and John last updated his blog on March 31st.  I’ve checked the source of the RSS on both and FeedValidator tells me that they’re ok.

According to my Bloglines aggregator, neither have written anything in over a month.  So the magical question is this: is Bloglines broken for you, too?

PS Would this be a good time to complain about the fact that the number of subscribers to a specific blog displayed when you’re reading BL entries differs

from person to person?  I see one number, my friends see a different number.

It sounds like I’m getting grumpier.  Gregor‘s bitterness is rubbing off on me.  Or maybe this is just an indication that it’s time to ditch Bloglines in favor of… dunno, what do you recommend?

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6 thoughts on “Harvard Blogs vs. Bloglines?”

  1. I really don’t like Google Reader. I tried it when it came out and thought it was really slow. And I tried it about a week ago and I really don’t like the interface at all!

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