Georgia Daily Digest

I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. While we appreciate you starting your day at Peach Pundit, if you are not reading Georgia Daily Digest, you need to be. They make surfing the web for Georgia news extremely easy. I usually start my Peach Pundit blogging activities there, before going to other sources.

And because I know they come here, might I suggest an RSS feed of your front page would be tremendously helpful. Hint. Hint.

Keep up the good work, guys.


  1. Erick says:

    Bill, an RSS feed, or “Really Simple Syndication” is a web format that pulls off the information into an “RSS Reader.” Usually it displays the headline and first paragraph of informatin of a news article, blog post, etc. so you can you decide if it is something you want to read in its entirety.

    RSS feeds make browing a lot of content efficient. I have a program called NetNewsWire. It pulls RSS feeds from about three hundred sites. I can browse the first sentence of each post to see if I’m interested in the entire content and I can also browse based on key words. It is very handy.

  2. Tater Tate says:

    I like the GDS, but it is awfully agrivating to have to register with some of the papers to see the articles. I refuse to do this in most cases.

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