The best thing about web 2.0 — that is, social media, blogs, and the rest of the interactive Internet — is that you can have interesting information come to you. Using the right tools, you can set things up so great content comes to you while you’re doing something else. Then you can interact with it and with the content’s creators on your own schedule.
My last two Resource of the Week posts were about Twitter, as a tool for listening as well as a tool for connecting. Today’s post talks about RSS feeds and specifically Feedly, one of the most popular tools for harnessing the power of RSS.