One of my favorite sources for interesting reads in my RSS feed is InfoQ. A recent post talked about using F# for WPF. Like most items on InfoQ, this is a short article with links to other information. In this case, it's a series of blog posts from John Liao on working through the Petzold WPF book: Applications = Code + Markup: A Guide to the Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation (Pro - Developer). The posts I looked at were mostly code and were translations of the Petzold samples into F#. Without InfoQ, I likely would not have run across this.
There have been several other articles that caught my eye recently including Injecting Implementation Dependencies into WCF Services and Why Scala?. One of the things I really about InfoQ is that it covers a wide variety of topics and has communities for Java, .NET, Ruby, SOA, Agile and Architecture. So I get items related to topics like Scala, that I might not see otherwise. And if you register on the site (which I have), you can get a customized feed for only specific communities.
Take a look at InfoQ. You might just want to add it to the list of RSS feeds you're not reading because you don't have enough time.