Org-mode nodes represent topics parsed into the RSS reader (elfeed), with feeds assigned tags by their parent headings. I’m also including my favorite articles by a specific post with lists that aren’t parsed (in no particular order - assuming I remember to do this).
Right now I am additionally exporting this as my “blog roll” section of my main site. I could probably stand to clean this up, but still it shows the stuff I deem important enough to watch in my reader. It exports when I save, so it should be kept pretty much to date.
Also, low priority, but I’d like to eventually add an export rule that transforms the
links from their feeds to just links to the websites. For now, I trust the
reader is smart enough to just remove the
/rss, etc. from the link.
Dev / Software
Love hate relationships with these sites, but the gems I wander into from them are worth the 95% of self-aggrandizing.
Self-explanatory, sites that are less person-focused and more on the topic.
Software / Programming
- entry-title: \(python\)
- entry-title: \(rust\)
- entry-title: \(emacs\|org-mode\)
I like the posts here, but they don’t have RSS feeds that I can tell.
Blogs centered around a specific writer/group.
This is more people that are in the same intellectual spheres and such. Or at least quasi-adjacent. May not be heterodox.
This is a podcast, but it’s sometimes there’s supplementary info that’s in the posts.
The news is probably a waste of time. Limiting it down to specific publications relevant to my interest/career.
Note that it doesn’t naturally parse, and you need to enter the XML for elfeed-tube to pick it up. I’ve been using https://rssbox.herokuapp.com to get the links.
I’ve seen workflows that allow for mpd/mpc and emms to listen to podcasts inside emacs but it seemed fiddly. I plan to list podcasts that have ancillary content here, otherwise I’ll use a dedicated podcasting app.