Today I decided to share a selection of my RSS subscription list. You can right-click on the link and save this OPML file to your local computer, then import it to your favourite RSS feed reader.
The list here is a small selection that I think is interesting to you. If you have any suggestions, please post in the comments below. My complete personal OPML has more than 500 URLs, most of them about technology, mobile devices or simply blogs (like the full blogroll from the Gnomedex 5.0 conference).
I tend to read RSS feeds related to techonology and only subscribe to blog feeds if I know the author - or if after reading a few posts I see that the author does have something important to say.
Also in this list is one of a new series of blogs coming from the MSN team, called MSN filter. I found it through Jason Calacanis, who pointed to the new service. In essence the MSN Filter is an experience in nanopublishing, based on the model used by Weblogs Inc (Jason Calacanis, Engadget) and Gawker Media (Nick Denton, Gizmodo).
The MSN Filter uses MSN Spaces as the publishing platform and of course is full of links to other MSN properties, like MSN Spaces, MSN microsites, MSN Shopping, etc. They are starting with Technology, Lifestyle, Music, Sports, and TV. More to follow, I presume.
They use all the bells and whistles available, including MSN Alerts (yes, the same technology we use here) sent to your MSN Messenger, mobile phone (via SMS) or e-mail. This was developed by MessageCast, bought by Microsoft earlier this year. And they of course have RSS feeds for each "beat".