Despite of the fact I’m always hungry for new feeds with interesting articles, I’m not able to find any new feeds lately. I asked for help from Google Alerts, which notifies me when the GoogleBot hits something I defined an alert for. Though it doesn’t come up with great content I’m looking for. That’s the reason I’d like to ask you for helping me out, because obviously I’m looking at the wrong spot. In exchange I show you 10 of my favorite feeds.

My Feeds

I use Google Reader as my feed reader (never tried something else). I never read all feed entries, most of the time I’ve more than 1000 unread articles. Here’s an unordered list of the ones I’m dedicated to:

Vitamin (feed)

Vitamin is a resource for web designers, developers and entrepreneurs. The online magazine serves great content written by top authors from the web industry. (feed)

Shaun Inman is a successful designer and developer. He’s also the founder of Mint, the web site analytics program.

Ajaxian (feed)

My daily piece of Ajax.

Devlounge (feed)

Online magazine for designers and developers. (feed)

Daily digest and pointers on productivity, getting things done and lifehacks.

Lifehacker (feed)

Tech tricks, tips and downloads for getting things done. This site delivers up to 10 articles a day!

SimpleBits (feed)

The blog/company website of designer and author Dan Cederholm. (feed) is the site of web designer, developer, writer and speaker, Jonathan Snook. The articles on the site focus on web development, design, and freelance.

Painfully Obvious (feed)

The weblog of Andrew Dupont, web interface developer and writer.

The Web 2.0 Show (feed)

The Web 2.0 Show is a podcast about emerging technologies commonly referred to as “Web 2.0″, and is hosted by Adam Stacoviak and Josh Owens.

Now, the crucial question is, what’s in your feed reader?