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Wired News: Cliff Notes From the Blog World

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Cliff Notes From the Blog World “I have 400 feeds, and reading those takes me four hours — and I was doing that every morning,” Arrington said. “Since Memeorandum, I use my feed reader significantly less.” I completely agree. The mish mash of live news from the technology world along with a good smattering of code and usability has made Memeorandum a favorite of mine. Now only if I could get WeblogToolsCollection to become one of the sites that Memeorandum caches and gets its news from. Anyone know how? ;)

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  1. CT (6 comments.) says:

    I’m sure they accept cash… ;)

  2. Lorelle (12 comments.) says:

    According to their blog, it’s based upon a combination of who is linking to who. Peers deciding who is worthy. Interesting concept, but how do you get their attention to be deemed worth to get your link put into their algorithm.

    I can tell by the posts that there are only two categories now, poltical and tech. You don’t qualify for the first, but could for the second – if you get the attention of a lot of writers writing about tech and linking to your site.

    Interesting to think about.

  3. John Beale (1 comments.) says:

    Somethink makes me agree with you CT :)
    Cash!!!



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