You know the deal. Click on just one attractive link and end up somewhere in cyberspace you don't know how you got to, while your work got left sitting in Word three hours ago and is now locked and frozen because that's what Word does when you leave for too long.
I like using Feedly to take care of all my stuff until I'm ready to devote time to reading it. This solution also works better for concentrating on the incoming new feeds. I can save any posts to read later while I'm scanning through the week's bundle, especially if they're long or involved, while I take a few minutes to read shorter ones and delete as I go.
Feedly also displays my Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and youtube streams in a sidebar, providing a sole interface for gathering information from all my venues. I like efficiency. Comes from my years of ladder-climbing in the institutions and corporations of working-world America.
Feedly has made a big difference in my weekly workflow and production. It's a keeper. You can find it at feedly.com
Watch for my upcoming post on Evernote which is my other sidekick for keeping me sane.