Thursday, June 02, 2005


Last night during my Google searches, I stumbled upon Findory, a personalized news / blog aggregator. What I liked about it was that there were no profiles to fill in and no groups to join. Every time you click on an artile to read, the site takes it as an indication of your interest. When you return to the home page, it would have adjusted the number of articles it thinks you care about. If you click on a link to an article and you feel it's not interesting, you can delete it from the list of articles you've read. Findory personalizes the homepage for each reader, recommending content based on what you have read and what new content is being published. Give it a shot.

Update: Lee Odden also thinks that Findory is better than most news services with regards to personalization.
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