I must admit I am generally too lazy and absent-minded to regularly troll blogs and websites that I find interesting. The trolling method just is not "easy" if one is busy, with lots of other claims on both time and attention. RSS Feed Aggregators [1 & 2] are software that is supposed to pull all this stuff into one place and, again, make it "easy". Sorry, not enough. I have tried them, and I am too lazy/busy to even start the RSS Agregator up.
How about sucking those RSS feeds into e-mail? I, for one, do pay attention to e-mail, at least long enough to take a quick peek at it and decide whether it merits an immediate read. My e-mail client is already set up and heavily used so I know exactly how to integrate those new bits of e-mail that come from RSS feeds.
And rss2email is dead easy to setup, and once setup, I never have to touch it again except to add or remove feeds. New blog posts or news content just show up in my inbox.
Actually, in Debian Linux, my preferred operating system, installation and setup is absolutely trivial. You Micro$oft users will have to work just a little bit harder to get setup. (I suspect the Micro$oft installation instructions will work for a Mac as well, but am not sure.....)
And if you will allow me a little further bragging, because (more or less) all Linux systems have a running e-mail server, rss2email can deliver these e-mails directly to the e-mail server sitting right on my desk, ie. the e-mails never actually leave the room. Windows users will probably have to forward the e-mails to their Gmail, Yahoo Mail, whatever account, and then download them again when they next check their e-mail.