So I've noticed a few people now are starting to post their favourite daily/weekly links:
There's also a community one called SharePointPedia that Lawrence Liu tried to get running but I think with the ease of some of the other tools out there it never quite made it.
I'm currently subscribed to over 350 RSS feeds covering SharePoint and it's growing weekly. For that last 2 years I've been using a Social Bookmarking tool to collect all my links called Diigo.
All of my bookmarks are available publicly and you can dive deep and narrow down your searches by using the key words on the right hand side.
You can subscribe to my SharePoint links as I find them here. Or if you're interested in certain areas such as InfoPath, Workflow, vNext etc. you can narrow down the RSS too!
I encourage others to get on board the tool, you can have a bookmark in your Links Toolbar and simply click on it which gives you a menu to add your tags and save it for future reference!
It automatically pre-fills the url and title fields and you can even mark it as unread if you haven't had a chance to sit and read it yet! Great when you've got 320 feeds to collate every day and some spare time on a Sunday morning! You can even share it with the SharePoint Group if you think it's a real winner.
I have mine set up that when I tag the keyword TWEET that it pushes it on my Twitter feed too. Getting plenty of feedback that people love this on my tweets!
The Diigo platform is very extensible with it's rss and also the urls you can slice and dice to get right at what you like. Just hover over a few of the hyperlinks in this post to get an idea! It'll also tell you who else is bookmarking the same links to find other people tagging in these areas to find other experts and like minding people on the Internet! Web 2.0 at it's best!