Simply put, a generally available RSS feed creation and subscription capability can increase the number of projects any one person can remain abreast of for the expenditure of a given unit of time -- just as it can increase the total amount of time a person devotes overall to managing -- and responding to -- the monitored RSS feeds.
Si cambiamos proyectos por información en general creo que se entiende la idea.
Podemos completar la información con Why I Subscribe to 700+ Feeds, de Nathan Gilliant:
I have too many sources, and I need to clean house (again). But my feed reader is where I direct as many incoming sources as possible, and it saves me a lot of time visiting blogs, search engines and social networking sites. I couldn't do what I do without it.