I've just added some blogs and feeds to my subscriptions:
Raw Stylus - a blog by Chis Hoskin of Salmon. Chris is an old client and a smart marketeer. He's got some nice write-ups of web marketing anf geek events.
PR Geek - an anonymous blog, accompanied by a Twitter account. I used to work with this particular PR geek so I'll let him reveal himself in his own good time.
The tale of Winky - a very winky little blog on digital media from someone who came to the NMK PR event the other week.
And I've added the RSS feed for my Dopplr friends into my RSS reader. It gives me updates on where people I know are travelling to and when. Dopplr is a very simple social site, but nicely done. It is clean and elegant and integrates with other sites to add photos to your travel records for example. (This is something I find a bit strange, and it happens with Facebook too. I can share the RSS feed of my friends' updates with anyone and I could publish it online. I used to publish my friends' Facebook updates to Jaiku which let me get them on SMS to my mobile, but you could see them in Google and a few people asked me to take it off. But people think their updates are private, shared only with their friends. Kind of lulls you into a false sense of security doesn't it.)