Sunday, October 04, 2009

A Feed You Should Read #6 - Bite my bytes, Links of the week

This week we’re still on the link blog road, travelling toward an unknown destination, with an unknown goal, yet all the while trying to have a little fun and share a some companionship along the way.

um…. yeah… Sorry… The 50th anniversary of the Twilight Zone this past week (premiered October 2, 1959) seems to have gotten to me. ;)

Bite my bytesLinks of the week



David Vidmar’s Bite my bytes (I love that name…) has been going for a quite a few years now, first post April 17th, 2004. The Links of the Week started in September 2007.

The posts range from a weekly Links of the week links post to MS CRM, to some re-blogging (i.e. highlighting cool things he finds).

This blog, like so many others (and all the A feed you should read’s) is obviously a labor of love. He does it because

Why do I like this feed and think you might also?

I’ve been follow Bite by bytes since he linked to a post of mine in 2006 (got to love ego searches… lol) and there’s a couple things I like in his Links of the week posts.

First is that while we seem to read many of the same blogs, there’s quite a few he reads that I don’t. An easy trap to fall into online is the echo chamber. David’s links help me see outside of that chamber.

Secondly I really like the Software Updates section. I don’t know how he does it, but he’s monitoring a ton of applications and each week provides those that updated recently. This is a great way to keep up with all the different releases for a good number of different Windows utilities/applications.

The Software Update section alone is a great reason to subscribe. And once there, I’m sure you’ll find even more reasons to stay…

Snap of the latest post:


Blog Information:

Name: Bite my bytes - What I learn by day I blog at night.
Feed:, Links of the week,
Post Types: Links, Microsoft CRM, Development, Re-blogging

1 comment:

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