SharpReader allows me to collect them into categories, in a Windows Explorer style set of folders. I can click on a folder and read a reverse-chronological list of all the feeds in the sub-folders (or chronological or sort by title or by weblog & category). I can even click on the top-level folder and read all of the subscribed feeds in reverse chronological order, a la Radio Userland's only option for organizing feeds, or a variety of other orders.
“The popularity of Weblogs among young Iranians, suggests that great changes has happened in Iranian society during the past two decades, at least among the new generations of middle-class residents of big cities. It shows that they are carrying new values and promoting new lifestyles, which is very rare among older generations, who were trying to hide their personal feelings and opinions from the others. Individuality, self-expression, tolerance are new values which are quite obvious through a quick study of the content of Persian Weblogs.”
Comparison with "Blogging in Mexico" is left as an exercise for the reader.
Just found a couple interesting new weblogs. -=( In Between )=- by Henk Ellermann focuses on (chiefly scholarly) online publishing. And via his neighboring weblogs list I found Oghma, on "the semantic web, software agents, edge computing, artificial intelligence and decentralised networks".
Thanks to the involvement of a rapidly growing and densely interacting group of developers, designers, thinkers, and users, social software is getting more exciting every day. I believe that Many-to-Many will provide an interesting set of points of view on this emerging area, and hopefully help fuel illuminating conversations.
It's an honor for me to join these very talented people and to show up alongside the other great blogs already under the Corante(pronounced Core-Aunt, by the way, as I just learned) banner. Aggregator junkies breathe easy: an RSS feed should be available soon.