I can post whenever you are ready. Should Sarcasm collect everything and then send it to Chad by a specified date and Chad fills in what is missing and submits? Or does Chad watch Sarcasm's blog and sends him things to add and then he submits? How do you want to do this?
As I said, I'd be glad to help in whatever way I can. Are the section assignments all squared away at this point?
I still think it would be more efficient and effective to divide the workload by the sites watched rather than trying to have people cover specific sections. If everyone took specific feeds, they could place the news they found in the appropriate categories. Otherwise, everyone is going over the same news and doing far more work than they need to while also risking missing news because they think someone else will cover it in their section.
The problem with the categories is everything overlaps in the technical world. For instance, the redsn0w jailbreak news in the most recent round-up could fit in Apple (since it only
applies to Apple products), Computer (since it's computer software to hack the iPhone/iPod Touch), or Miscellaneous.
EDIT: Here is a listing of all the feeds I used in compiling the round-up. For simplicity's sake, I told Google Reader to mark all articles over one week as read, so this is just the articles published on these sites within the past seven days:
Ars Technica (106)
CNET News.com (211)
Download Squad (70)
Hack In The Box (61)
[H]ardOCP News/Articles (129)
New Scientist - Tech (14)
Redmond Pie (34)
X-bit labs (24)
Here is a possible way to divide the feeds:
-bit-tech, AppleInsider, Ars Technica
-Download Squad, Extremetech, Hack In The Box
-[H]ardOCP News/Articles and New Scientist - Tech
-Lifehacker, Redmond Pie, X-bit labs