Don't waste time revisiting websites over & over - have them delivered to you! Subscribe to a site's RSS feed (like mine), so you don't have to travel all over the internet to stay up to speed. Instead of going from website to website reading them individually, you'll have the updates delivered to you in a single easy to manage location.
To do this, you'll need a feed reader - my reader of choice is Google Reader. It allows you to do more than simply consume information - you get to share everything, and comment on it as well (you'll hear more on that in later posts). There's also a mobile version of the site, so you can pick up where you left off - anywhere you go.
Here's a quick guide on how to subscribe to a site's RSS feed:
After you subscribe to more & more RSS feeds, you might find that you need to start organizing your collection. Here's a screen shot of my freshly-read Google Reader screen (it doesn't happen often!), which consists of about 150 subscriptions sorted into about a dozen folders:
James Chevalier's Google Reader
17 Dec 2013 Donoku
28 Dec 2012 How to make SublimeLinter work with Ruby & RVM
09 Dec 2012 The tech behind getting Blizzalert into its third season
03 Nov 2012 Little-Corner is now a Heroku-ready Rails app
14 Oct 2012 Sip as a replacement for Pick as a replacement for Digital Color Meter in Mac OS X