If you want to see an example of something that took me way longer than it should have, then check this out:
I wrote a little utility to export my RSS Feeds list from my news reader (NetNewsWire) to html. It’s as close as I can come to a links section for the time being, and it still took for freaking ever.
The reason I did it is because the RSS feed reader on the Sony PSP is kind of cool, but entering links into it is a total pain in the ass. I assumed this would be simpler.
I don’t keep all of those up-to-date, but most of them I’d consider worth passing along. Make your own recommendations in the comments, if you’re so inclined. It’s not like I spend too much time browsing the web anyway.
Update: Just so I don’t end up leading any other PSP owners astray: apparently, Sony’s concept of an “RSS Channel” and mine are very different. The PSP’s feed reader only works on audio podcasts, as far as I can tell. Even if you get that far, though, it doesn’t recognize one of the two most common RSS formats, so half of my list isn’t accepted at all. As the WWW Consortium would say: “weak sauce.”
Still, knock yourself out with access to my bookmarks, and still feel free to recommend your own.