I posted yesterday about how I use the internet every day to keep abreast of news, information, and opinion.  I didn’t do this for purposes of instructing others, or because I think I have all the answers. I wanted to (a) get readers thinking about how they use the web to raise their own awareness and (b) stimulate a discussion that would give me other interesting places to gather data on the web.

This means I have a number of questions for readers:

(a) if you could visit only one website each day for a year, which would you choose, and why?

(b) you saw the list of places I visit virtually every day on the web.  Where else should I be looking for news, information, and interesting perspectives?

(c) I mentioned that my primary platform for gathering the data I read is iGoogle, which I use as a home page, and the variety of RSS feeds that I place on my iGoogle “pages.” What other platforms have you used?  What have been your positive and negative experiences?

(d) do you feel that, as a result of technological innovation, you are learning more now than you were five years ago?

Let me know what you think.  The microphone is on in the comment section, below.  If you have not left comments before (and I know there are a lot of lurkers out there), here’s your chance.