Great! Thank you for the reply. Have you checked out some apps like Watchville or Govberg OnTime that pull all the posts from most of the sites above? I just started using it and it can be a bit overwhelming but it makes news surfing pretty effective... of course Tapatalk is cool but can quickly get out of hand!!!
For me it's gotta be YouTube. I subscribe to three in the above list plus a handful of other channels.
I don't use any of the apps because I prefer to view/surf on PC. I have an all-in-one on my desk that doubles as a HTPC and is connected to my 65 inch TV. It is in my bedroom which is also my home office. This way I can watch while I'm walking around the room doing tasks, or even while I am in bed via Bluetooth keyboard/mouse.
Hodinkee is by far my favorite, ABTW is a distant second. The quality of the writing is better on Hodinkee and the choice of material is more up my alley. It is like car magazines even though I don't buy Ferraris I prefer to read about them over the latest minivans or city cars.
I forgot to mention the thing that really pushes Hodinkee over the top is the "Talking Watches" video segments. The JC Biver, Goldberger and Singer videos are epic. The JCB video proved to me that however much people dislike him he has more passion for watches than anyone I have ever been exposed to.
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