Findory RSS reader, part II
Findory's Greg Linden tells us that they've launched an RSS Reader. Not only that though, they've gone out of their way to make it quick to switch from Bloglines to the new reader, and claim it's FAST. Well Greg, of course it's fast, nobody's using it yet right?
Fair play to them though, that's a bold statement to make and you'd hope they'll live up to it. Thing is, i've been considering going back to an online aggregator for a few weeks now - my OPML list is so big now that my linux reader of choice, Liferea is becoming a system drain - and it's NOT a weedy machine you know?
Here's what he had to say
Like some other RSS readers, we show which feeds have new articles, the new articles in each feed, and which articles you have clicked on.
Unlike many other RSS readers, we're fast, very fast.
Unlike all other RSS readers, Findory shows related articles for every feed, surfacing interesting news articles and weblog posts that you wouldn't have found on your own.
Unlike all other RSS readers, there's no need to laboriously click and skim, click and skim. It's easy to find the most interesting articles. Try clicking "My Top Stories" to see recommended recent articles from your favorite feeds picked based on the articles you read in the past. It's the most important, most recent, most interesting articles surfaced for you from your favorite feeds.
Unlike all other RSS readers, everything you read changes your Findory front page, helping you discover articles from sources you didn't even know existed.
Unlike all other RSS readers, Findory works well for people with hundreds or even thousands of feeds. One of our main test cases was good ol' Robert Scoble and his 1029 feeds. Hope you like it, Robert!
Only 1029 Robert? Lightweight... hehe