I have been reading a log since I have started blogging. Slowly the number of blogs and websites I read have increased so rapidly that I have had to build a shelf specifically for them. Here they are.

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  1. Abhijit Nadgouda @ iface » Blog Archive » More Applications For Feeds said:

    […] Blogshelf […]

  2. » How I BLog: Abhijit Nadgouda The Blog Herald: more blog news more often said:

    […] It did one more thing for me. It has expanded my reading space, I read over 70 feeds and it seems to keep on increasing. I have come to respect technologies like feeds and feedreaders. On that note, when I read, I use the feedreader (Bloglines) to identify who has new stuff and then I visit the site to actually read the article. I don’t think feedreaders, by themselves, can provide the same ambience as the blogs/sites who host the articles. The design is as much an important element of the article as the text. I digress, this ever increasing list keeps me uptodate with the world and is one of the prime causes of my continuous improvements. […]

  3. Abhijit Nadgouda @ iface » Blog Archive » My First Ever Post On Someone Else’s Blog said:

    […] Blogshelf […]

  4. 2006 Was A Blogging Year For Me on iface thoughts said:

    […] Blogshelf […]

  5. Time To Lift The Curtains on iface thoughts said:

    […] Blogshelf […]

  6. Alex Taylorg said:

    Wow! Good job. Could I take some of yours triks to build my own site?f

  7. Abhijit Nadgouda said:

    Alex, be my guest.

  8. Feed Yourself To Be A Healthy Blogger « Lorelle on WordPress said:

    […] set of core blogs and web sites. If you already do not have a list, there are many ways of building one. This set led me to discover more content I could read and more people who’s thoughts […]

  9. Why Do I Blog About Programming? | iface thoughts said:

    […] me back to the ground. The moment I start feeling a bit more about myself, just going through my blogshelf reminds me of what is out there and where I am. It is not any different than watching through the […]

  10. Learn, But Not Necessarily Through Books | iface thoughts said:

    […] Graham, Obie Fernandez, Kevin Barnes, Bruce Eckel, Bill de hÓra, you can find the treasure in my blogshelf, and it is still growing. If you cannot follow individual people, follow other aggregators and […]

  11. Jason said:

    Wow, very interesting. Good job, will definitely be taking tips on building my own site.

  12. Hong Kingsland said:

    Just need to say this blog is very good. I usually like to learn some thing new about this because I have the similar blog in my Region on this subject so this help´s me a lot. I did a research over a theme and discovered a beneficial quantity of blogs but absolutely nothing like this.Thanks for sharing so much within your blog.

  13. ramchander said:

    idea which change the face of bloging

  14. Hammer Of Thor said:

    Thanks for sharing here.
    I am very happy to read your review.

  15. Judi said:

    trims lot a so my friend

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