I discovered The Google Reader during the 23 Things and it created organization out of chaos. I have on set up for The 11 Tools so I can keep up with who has posted and who hasn't. Makes it easy to leave comments.
My stack of books to be read is always toppling off my night stand and my Google Reader is always about to burst with postings. Sometimes I get frustrated and mark them all as "read" so I can clean it out and start back at zero. Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog and CoolCat Teacher are my go to blogs. I visit the fomer to keep with my profession and the latter because she's always on top of what's happening in the world of Web 2.0.
I've found some of my favorite blogs via other blogs. It's a bit like books, if someone enjoys the same book you do, chances are you have some other books in common too.
Delicious is another tool that entered my life during Library2Play. I promptly set up an account for the library and it's been such a time saver. Children can't type URLs correctly and bookmarks aren't practical since they are tied to a specific computer.
Diigo came along a bit later and I set up a Diggo account for the library too. It has some extras -stickly notes for example that Delicious doesn't offer. I think I'll start encouraging the kids to use Diigo instead of Delicious. I like the fact that it is cross platform now that we have iTouches, iPads and computers. Less letters in the word Diigo too- so less of a chance for typos. Well, we can only hope.