http://slashdot.org (most days)
http://dilbert.com (most of the time)
Reddit (http://reddit.com/r/machinelearning, http://reddit.com/r/artificial, http://reddit.com/r/semanticweb, etc.)
http://www.jmlr.org (maybe not every day, but close)
http://www.jair.org (maybe not every day, but close)
http://www.youtube.com - for music and for various tech videos
http://www.coursera.org - I'm working my way through a couple of Coursera Specializations, so I'm on there pretty much every day.
http://www.phins.com/phins-urls.html - to catch up on the latest Miami Dolphins news
I think that covers most of them. I'll check http://theregister.co.uk quite often as well. Oh, and the main social networks too... FB, Twitter, G+
Seriously, drop your email address here, or email me directly if you'd prefer, and I can invite you.
http://redef.com/channel/media http://redef.com/channel/tech/feed http://redef.com/charts/popular/total http://redef.com/charts/shared/total
and for everything else there's http://www.usepanda.com
and ones I never seem to make it to
and if I were limiting myself to non aggregators: atlantic, newyorker, bloomberg, avclub, indiewire, arstechnica, mit technology review, techcrunch, anandtech, nautilus, npr, rolling stone, wsj, nyt, guardian, wired, vice, foreign policy, the kernel, stratechery, harvard business review, variety, birth movies death, priceonomics, poynter, digiday
Starting to really dislike reddit though. For a while it was great as long as the subreddit wasn't one of the defaults, but even some of the relatively esoteric ones are starting to get very noisy and have really low quality content/discussion. The whole upvote system just encourages voicing arguments that appeal to the lowest common denominator, and then rephrasing the exact same opinion in the follow up comments. I guess hackernews isn't so different, aside from needing to earn upvote/downvote privileges.
But the biggest complaint about reddit is the amount of blatant marketing, especially in subs where people are reviewing products. I've seen threads where every post with 30-50+ votes voicing a complaint got voted down to <-20 within a few hours. I saw this happen in /r/audiophile regarding Schiit and I've had a bad taste about reddit since.
* https://www.patreon.com/ (through notifications)
* https://www.meneame.net/ (Spanish Reddit-like site)
* https://www.producthunt.com/ (through newsletter)
* http://betalist.com/ (through newsletter)
* Local news (through newsletter)
* Facebook (through nativifier app)
* Twitter (through desktop app)
* Pocket (through desktop app)
* My personal JIRA instance.
Bank of America: To see if I got charged yet another fee
Reddit: mostly r/programming r/videos r/cscareerquestions
MSDN: To read .NET documentations
Youtube: To listen to background music while coding.
Comic Rocket (https://comic-rocket.com/), which means I don't need to manually check any of the comics and stories I'm reading; if there's an update, Comic Rocket will show it.
YouTube's "subscriptions" page (https://www.youtube.com/feed/subscriptions) directly, to bypass the worthless front page.
LWN (https://lwn.net/): best news on Linux and Open Source in the industry, and the next best thing to reading all of LKML.
Twitter. Becoming increasingly tempted to use the mobile version even on desktop.
Various blog "planet" aggregators: Planet Debian (http://planet.debian.org/), Planet Freedesktop (https://planet.freedesktop.org/), Planet GNOME (http://planet.gnome.org/), Kernel Planet (http://planet.kernel.org/), and Planet Mozilla (https://planet.mozilla.org/).
Almost everything else I don't bother visiting daily; I just get notifications via email.
* Reddit (mostly Linux- and music-related subs)
* Twitter (my go-to social network)
* GitHub / (our company's) GitLab
* Spotify and/or SoundCloud
* Pocket (I'm madly in love with their service)
That's pretty much it.
I visit the following sites to keep myself up-to-date on Apple ecosystem:
http://www.macrumors.com (Covers news relevant to developers, entrepreneurs and consumers alike. The only blog one needs to follow to get updates on happenings in the Apple ecosystem)
http://daringfireball.net (John Gruber personal blog. For the quality of its editorial and views on happenings in Apple and Tech world. He is also the created of Markdown)
http://www.loopinsight.com (Jim Dalrymple's views on happenings in Apple ecosystem, the widely renowned Apple insider)
P.S.: Not for a regular visit, but Macrumors also maintains a very insightful buyer's guide at http://buyersguide.macrumors.com
https://dribbble.com/ via http://usepanda.com/
Feedly (fresh articles): Ars Risk Assessment, Bloomberg, The Atlantic Business, various friends' and food blogs
Pocket (older articles)
If I have more time: HN, r/crypto, sometimes Medium
To waste time: Sporcle, Instagram, Foodgawker
BSDNow for the podcasts. YouTube for watching old conference talks.
Yahoo Sports / Esports for keeping up with my teams
reddit/insta/twittter for the rest
Plus a zillion of other sites but not every single day.
/r/programming and various language-specific subreddits such as /r/python
Reddit (/r/askhistorians, various space subreddits)
Real World Technologies forums
Mr Money Mustache
Ars technia (once a week)
* The Verge
Facebook & Instagram
work related sites