I am an absolute news and information junkie. At last count, I track nearly forty news sources and blogs on a daily basis. Some great technology has made this much, much easier, namely RSS feeds and readers.
RSS or "Really Simple Syndication" is a system whereby you can link a news source or blog to a centralized reading program. The readers use the RSS info to allow you to scan through the titles of new publications, read a short summary of the article/post, and click through to access the media in its entirety. It saves a fantastic amount of time compared with physically checking the webpages, and it makes it less likely that you will miss an article or post in the contours of the digital layout.
Almost all major news sources and blogs now provide RSS feeds. You can see the symbol for RSS accessibility indicated to the right of this post with the orange box with the electromagnetic waves coming out of it. Curiously, it seems that RSS allows one to view more content from news sources without paying for a subscription than one could through the company homepage.
There are dozens of different types of RSS readers, and they seem to differ along the Mac/PC lines. I am currently using Vienna for Mac, and it works great and has a built in web-browser. Check out the many online reviews to find a reader that suites you.
Please add this blog to your RSS feed, and then you won't have to remember to stay in touch!