After the last post here, I ruefully tweeted that my early New Year's resolution is to blog about other topics than how bad I am at blogging. To that end, I've decided to try writing a short post every day based on a prompt (starting with the ones here, so long as they're any good). Today's is very easy: to write about three blog posts I've read and loved this week, and encourage you to read them.
This post is a companion piece to one I wrote a while ago, on software tools for getting rid of unnecessary bits of information, which are drains on your attention. Here, I'm going to talk about some tools I like using to keep track of the information I do want. (I might write a third post in the future, about quantified self tools.) These are three of my favourite things on the internet and I thoroughly recommend all of them.