My Google Reader stats.

Saw this over at ***Dave Does the Blog and figured it would make for an interesting comparison. According to Google Reader’s trends page I waste a lot of time on Google Reader:

From your 399 subscriptions, over the last 30 days you read 23,287 items, clicked 321 items, starred 32 items, shared 2,053 items, and emailed 0 items.

I have 44 more subscriptions than what Dave has, I’ve read 18,901 more items than he has, starred 24 items less than he has, shared 1,271 more items than he has, and emailed 2 items less than he has. Isn’t that fascinating?

And I wonder where all the time goes.

4 thoughts on “My Google Reader stats.

  1. Les, you are not alone. Google Reader is scary-addictive. Combine that with Evernote, and you’ve got a major jones.

    Oh, well, it’s still better than being hooked on “Jersey Shore.”

    Cheers!

  2. Darn. You make me feel like a slacker:

    From your 22 subscriptions, over the last 30 days you read 445 items, clicked 2 items, starred 0 items, shared 0 items, and emailed 0 items.
    Since July 16, 2007 you have read a total of 9,596 items.

    must subscribe more
    must read more

    But seriously, that’s 776 items per day. So I’m thinking you must have found a way to really do two things at once, and you need to teach the rest of us how to do it!

  3. I have Google Reader open most of the day at work and I sneak in little peeks between other things I’m working on. It’s a great way to pass the time when I’m waiting for a system to image. Of course there’s lots of reading over lunch and when I get home it tends to be one of the things I first spend time doing. Weekends are also great for getting through a lot of material.

    I’m sure some of it comes from the Mark All As Read button to as I’ll use that on sites that are hard to keep up with and are very time sensitive like DealNews.com.

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