Rob and Greg continue discussing the various Information Resources that they use.
– Google Reader – it’s a tool to read RSS feeds. Makes it much faster to go through large amounts of info.
– Apps or programs that display RSS feeds or widgets
– Apps like DevonThink Pro, MacJournal, or WinJournal. Use these to store the various pieces of information that you come across. The other two are simply journal programs, but Devonthink Pro is a powerful notes database program that even has AI to help categorize and find related information.
– Local News
– RSOE EDIS, http://hisz.rsoe.hu, AlertMap
– Kitco – gold, silver, etc.
– US Dollar Index: http://quotes.ino.com/chart/?s=NYBOT_DX&v=s
– Food FAQ, Alan T Hagan, http://athagan.members.atlantic.net/Index.html
– Local News (if you don’t have time to watch the news when it’s on, try recording it on your DVR, this way you’ll be able to fast forward through the stories that you’re not interested in)
– Newsletters, like the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor – also available in PDF
Email – Alerts and Newsletters:
– RSOE EDIS
– Google News – you can create your own news alerts.
– Local, national, global news
Inclusion in this list does not infer any endorsement.