@klandwehr Shortest answer to that is: yes.
A little longer one. I have some feeds grouped into categories that I scan through quickly, mainly blogs that post many times a day and news sites.
As for intreresting looking articles, it all depends on how I feel at the time I come across the article. If I have time to read it then I will, if I don't have the time then I send the article to Instapaper to read it later.
@klandwehr It depends. I have some feeds grouped in categories and tend to read that way but if there are few unread in total I just go through all. I also tend to read linked items at the time but if there are demands on my time then I may save something for later. The wonderful thing about a feed reader is it makes all those options easy.
@klandwehr I took ‘categories’ to mean some method of grouping. Here's mine: <img src=“miraz.me/uploads/2...” alt=“Screenshot of my RSS groupings." /> For example, I have all the YouTube feeds in one, so if I have time to watch a video then I can choose one from there, or ignore them for later. If I feel like News then I can focus on that. The ‘best' way depends on the person doing the reading. 😀
@macgenie What about the ability to upload with an image link instead of the image? Just thinking if you’re trying to keep things less distracting.
![Courtyard and Minaret of the Mosque of Ibn Tûlûn, June 27, 1994]([www.ardisson.org/smokey/eg...](http://www.ardisson.org/smokey/egypt/tulun-m.jpg) "Artsy photo of a famous mosque taken by Smokey long ago")