Looking for the latest news about little computers including tablets, netbooks, ultrabooks, and whatever the heck the Raspberry Pi and MK802 are? Liliputing’s certainly got you covered.
But our website isn’t the only place where we share news and tips. You can also keep up with us by following Liliputing on these channels:
- YouTube: Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest video reviews, previews, tips, and tutorials. Sometimes you’ll even find video reviews before the full reviews are posted on the Liliputing homepage.
- Google+: This is where you’ll often find links to news that won’t make the Liliputing homepage, including rumors or niche topics. Our photo galleries also feature images from upcoming product reviews. We also hand-select some the day’s top stories to share. You can also follow Brad Linder on Google+.
- Facebook: Get the latest headlines, comment on stories, and share tips and tricks with us and with other members of the Liliputing community. Also check out our photo galleries.
- Twitter: You can contact us through Twitter, get the latest headlines, and find links to stories that didn’t make the front page. You can also follow Brad on Twitter.
You can also subscribe to our RSS feed to get the latest headlines in your favorite reader, or you can even subscribe to our daily email digest for the latest headlines in your inbox.
Facebook, and Google+ are all great ways to engage with the wider Liliputing community without relying on the comments section of this blog. And you can always send us tips, ideas, or comments through any of these channels — or just use our Contact page.
I’m not on any of those social sites either. I use the live bookmark feature in Firefox to subscribe to the RSS feed. I put it in my bookmarks toolbar. Then I just click on the folder and a drop down menu appears that shows all the posts. Very convenient. I simply read the posts I’m interested in, and ignore the others. Any post I have read, the icon automatically changes to indicated that I’ve read that post so it’s easy to keep track.
This is how I subscribe to any RSS feed. Maybe someday I’ll start using a dedicated RSS reader app, but for now, this is convenient.
I am proud of the fact I am on neither Facebook, Google+ or Twitter. However, I am a big fan of my JustReader android app for reading RSS feeds.
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