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I’ve been looking over what I’ve been putting on my link blog trying to see trends that are happening.

One thing I realize? No one has a lock anymore on being “the source” for Web 2.0 information. If you want a complete picture you need to subscribe to more than one feed. Yeah, reading TechCrunch will get you about 65% of the way there, but look at the numbers of interesting news, new products and services, opinions coming from other places.

I don’t know how we can keep up anymore. Just this weekend there were several new services added. I put dozens of new items on my link blog. It’s amazing the quality of blogging that’s being done in the tech industry – and there’s no way any one person (or company) could do it all.

While I was talking with Sanaz Ahari of Live.com, she was bragging that there’s hundreds of new gadgets available. 471, in fact. That’s just crazy and I haven’t even listed the ones available from Microsoft’s competitors like Goowy, Google, Netvibes, and others.

How will we keep up? How will any new company get adoption?

Either way, I’m sure enjoying reading feeds again. So you don’t have to.

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Robert Scoble is the founder of the Scobleizer blog. He works as PodTech.net’s Vice President of Media Development.

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