But wait... there's more. I was reading a meta blogging post by Doc Searls about who he reads and about the paring of blog rolls and I felt inclined to reflect.
My blog reading falls out into four categories... the Regular-Reads (which includes the Dailies, the Frequents, and the Less-Frequents), and the Serendipitous. The dailies include Winer, Weinberger, Locke, Madame Levy, Isenberg, Sessum, Jenson, and Searls. The frequents include Powers, Moffatt, Matrullo, Golby, Bennett, Bruce, AKMA, Landsman, and I'm sure I'm leaving a few out. I can't stand to use the aggregator, so this isn't a simple matter of transcribing a list.
The Less-Frequents include a whole lot more. You can see them on the blog-roll to the right. Occasionally someone like Anne Zelenka appears on the horizon. Anne started as a "Serendipitous," and turned into a "Frequent." Or, take Chris Pirillo... please! (No, just kidding), but I haven't read as much of Chris recently as I did a few years ago. Chris has moved from a "Frequent" to a Less-Frequent." Why? Well there's only so much time in the day, I guess.
Robert Scoble ingests huge volumes of blog-script every day. I can't do that. But I do read a lot of bloggers. There is that old saying that you never step in the same river twice. Same goes for blog streams, tributaries, the rivers of information flowing into the ocean of the world-wide-internecks
(WWiN). I know that there are a lot of streams that I'll pause to drink from. I wonder who's reading me?