As previously noted, mikeshinoda.com has an RSS feed. I wanted to take a second to talk about how to use it. If you’re already an RSS user, ignore this post, and feel free to pitch in with your “expert” RSS suggestions in the comments section. I’ll paraphrase a few key notes by Tim Ferris and Ryan Holiday. For an in-depth look at what Ryan had to say, go HERE
In a nutshell, RSS is like TiVo for your web browsing–you pick what you like, and it retrieves it. You just subscribe to the sites that you visit regularly, and they show up when something is new. You can do it via GOOGLE READER, or something similar.
Important note: a lot of web mail readers will allow you to subscribe to an RSS feed as well. if you’re on a Mac, like me, you can simply add it to your Mac Mail RSS tab; you just go under File / Add RSS Feeds, and paste in the RSS feed weblink. When new posts show up on mikeshinoda.com, they’ll simply (and immediately) show up in your email inbox. Very handy.
For everyone that wants to subscribe to my RSS feed, this is the link
EDIT: weird that the RSS link isn’t working for some of you. try copying and pasting?