In Spring, Texas (Houston)...
If you have a habit (or strange compulsion) of reading the recurring postings of favorite bloggers, you will undoubtedly have your subscriptions organized with a blog reader, or newsfeed reader, so that the posts will appear there, in one location, when they are published. I don't see many posts about this, so I assume most folks who use these are fairly happy with the reader they are using.
For years, I happily used Google Reader until they unceremoniously scrapped it. I never really understood why they shut it down, for it was wildly popular and caused a lot of gnashing of teeth among those of us who liked it.
I started hunting around for a replacement and tried several others--Feedly, for example, among them. I was totally dissatisfied with these, but I struggled along until, by chance, I found one that mimicked Google Reader; the site owners, cleverly, have named it The Old Reader (theoldreader.com), and I am very happy with it.
There is one feature about The Old Reader that Google didn't have: A dead feed indicator that will identify inactive feeds, arranged by the length of time that no post has been made on a site. When I see a site on this list that hasn't posted in six months, I delete it, assuming the posters have abandoned their effort.
I am certainly not proselytizing for The Old Reader, and I assume that newsfeed readers are sort of a personal thing. However, if you were a Google Reader user and haven't found a satisfactory replacement, this may be something worth investigating.