Ever since BlogHer I have been a bit discombobulated and uncoordinated. Well, not ME really, but some of my habits. Well, not even SOME of my habits. One really. My Internet/Blog habit.
You see, I have a number of computers from which I check 'my' blogs, which in itself isn't a bad thing, but it is when you find yourself working with these systems as I do. I have a number of blogs I've 'joined/follow'(27) - where they're in the 'reader' on the Blogger dashboard page. I go there less than I should. But that's not the problem.
I have a number of other blogs I've subscribed to via RSS and I have a total of three tabs in my Google home page with 33 of those blogs displaying the titles of the last three posts. But that's not the problem, either.
The problem is favorites or bookmarks. On one machine, my list of 'favorites/bookmarks' is 72 sites. 5 or 6 are stale. On another system, my list is 60. On another system, my list is 46. That is my problem. My bookmark lists have become uncoordinated - where they USED to be identical in length and content - each of them now differs. And because they ARE uncoordinated, I have become discombobulated. Off kilter. Confused.
There are people I need to add to my 'lists'. I can't because I need to be able to get my lists in sync, first. And if that's all I had to do that would be fine. But for me, as with anybody else out there who works, or keeps a house, or is raising kids, there are too many things to do and not enough time in which to get them done.
What I should really do is write an application in which I can make a change in one machine, propagate that change to a master list, and update all machines from the master list every night.
Just what I need.
Something ELSE to do.
*whine* and cheese :)