I just came across a really nice Google Labs product - Google Reader. I know a lot of sites use RSS feeds, but I never bothered to make a Live Bookmark for Firefox, because I'm on different computers all the time and Live Bookmarks didn't seem like what I wanted.
Well, I just saw Google Reader yesterday, and I've already added most of my favorite Men's Activism blogs to it. What you do if you want to start using Google Reader is just visit this URL: http://www.google.com/reader/. Here you sign into Google if you're not signed in already, and then just click "Add Subscription" on the left hand side, and enter the URLs of the sites you want to subscribe to.
After you're done adding, it gets the last 10 postings for you, and then you can read them at your leisure.
Why is this so brilliant? Well, once you subscribe, you can basically stop going to your favorite blogs to see if they have an update - as soon as they update, whether its twice a day like the Eternal Bachelor or once in a month like M is for Malevolent (j/k), it'll show up on your Google Reader page. So you can catch new posts as soon as they come in.
The best part is that you can add the Reader module to your Personalized Google Homepage, so you can have updates to your favorite blogs whenever you go to google.com.
If you use Firefox 2.0, which you should, its even simpler - sign into your Google Account, go to your favorite blogs, and click the RSS icon in the address bar. () It gives you a few options, you just select Google Reader, and then it adds the blog/feed to your Google Reader page.