A longtime staple of many social media professionals is to share what they read, what they find and the resources they use every day.  I’m not different, and have been sharing this information for the better part of a decade.

Over the years, I’ve used Google Reader (still a staple), Tumblr, Posterous, Read It Later, InstaPaper, BlogLines, StumbleUpon, Del.icio.us, Digg, and many others that I’ve since forgotten (sorry!).  In fact, earlier this year I wrote a similar post pointing out that I had More Resources To Share.

Since then the work involved to share to so many different sources, along with the changing landscape of browser experimentation (my fault for using Firefox and Chrome) with their different sharing plugins takes way too long.  To add to the complexity, I’ve added several dozen feeds to my daily reading list, even after cleaning out many non-essential feeds.

I’ve made it simple. Finally. At least for me it is and I hope it is for you as well.

Google Reader is still my mainstay for sharing – everything that I think may be of interest to others is found here.  By everything, I mean everything – social media, mobile technology, android stuff, apple stuff, microsoft stuff, and many other topics.  If you’re connected to me via Google you’ll see it in your “People You Follow” portion of your own Google Reader.  Otherwise, you can find it here: http://www.google.com/reader/shared/rickmahn

Posterous is the main place I’ll take time and post social media related items that I think are very relevant for anyone in the field.  These articles and posts might be on business use, marketing, communications, tools, news and so on.  You can find this fee at: http://rickmahn.posterous.com/

Finally, I do still bookmark some items at Del.icio.us. There’s really no rime or reason to those, but it may be useful, so here it is: http://delicious.com/rickmahn

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