update: Based on the 3 responses I think I need to clarify this question.
I read a LOT of news, technology and other sites, daily. I am using two methods for managing this in order to a) spread it out and b) ensure coverage of my list of sites over a given period - lets say one week.
The two methods I am using are 1) a Firefox add-in called Morning Coffee and 2) separating the site bookmarks into folders I call "everyday", "Monday", "Weekend", "Morning", etc. On those days, or times I right click the folder and select "open all in tabs". Both methods work but leave room for improvement.
The QUESTION is: does anyone have a better way to do this?
Please ignore the original wording below... left here for reference only...
I am in the process of improving my "daily read" approach with more mechanization and with the following goals in mind:
1) Move (where possible) from hard copy to some combination of digital sources (e.g. mostly websites but some list servers, some PDF and maybe others). This question will be limited to the websites.
2) Cover a wide swath to ensure that I have covered the range I want to cover and have the processing (that's me reading) spread out somewhat evenly over time.
3) Want to avoid overload and the "certain something" I miss when using RSS news readers.
4) Fairly easy to maintain.
Does anyone have a good solution to this?
For criteria #1 and #2, I have been trying the Firefox add-in "Morning Coffee" and also custom making bookmark folders that correspond to each day and or everyday, morning, evening, weekend and so forth. It is sort of working for this criteria but have their limits such as criteria #4 and some other issues.
Aside: This is part of a bigger personal project regarding personal knowledge management systems but I will address that in another question or two.