Google Reader bundles for SAS-related blogs


I use Google Reader to keep up with SAS-related conversations on the blogosphere.   I thought it would be nice to share the lists of blogs that I follow as "shared bundles".  If you also use Google Reader, it will be very easy for you to add these bundles to items that you follow.  (Note: in order to use Google Reader you need a Google account, but my guess is that most people have at least one of those these days.)

If you have or know of other SAS-related blogs, post back in the comments so I can add them to my list of items to watch.

The following links will lead you to my two shared bundles:


About Author

Chris Hemedinger

Director, SAS User Engagement

+Chris Hemedinger is the Director of SAS User Engagement, which includes our SAS Communities and SAS User Groups. Since 1993, Chris has worked for SAS as an author, a software developer, an R&D manager and a consultant. Inexplicably, Chris is still coasting on the limited fame he earned as an author of SAS For Dummies


  1. This is nice!
    Google Reader really makes it easy to read all blog posts without stumbling them.

    But what if you want to search older post from different SAS blogs?

    So, I created a custom search engine for only SAS blogs. It will search all older entries of all the SAS blogs. Just type few keywords to search and you will get related posts from different SAS blogs.

    Please share your ideas to improve it.


    • Chris Hemedinger
      Chris Hemedinger on

      That's interesting. When I checked the link, it lead me to a custom search of

      With our new blog platform, the search field on works really well. I encourage visitors to try that first when searching for archived blog content on the SAS blogs.

      • Right.
        There is already a search field on "" which can search all old blog posts but advantage of using this custom search is that we can use some Google specific search operators (+, -, " ") to search desired post. It will search all relevant posts with ease.

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