Adobe Labs has released a new RSS feed aggregator called myFeedz. Adobe brands it as a “social newspaper”; basically you include topics in your myFeedz profile that you are interested in. Then when you log in, viagra order myFeedz checks for RSS feeds that match your profile topics. Matching topics published in the last 24 hours are displayed. Thus, buy more about the content is always fresh — in the last 24 hours — and you don’t have to find the feeds yourself; they are “pushed” to you.
Once you are reading the feeds selected for you, you can give feeds a thumbs-up or thumbs-down (Stumble-Upon style) so myFeedz gradually learns the kinds of feeds that are interesting to you.
I only started using it recently, but so far, it’s given me some interesting blogs with posts I’ve found interesting. My only complaint is that they need an editor (even a spell-checker would do). When you are creating or modifying your profile, you can specify feed languages you are interested in. Look at the selection option for Portuguese:
Of course, what do you expect from a company that can’t spell “Feeds” properly! <grin>
(For those of you who don’t know, one of my pet peeves is the intentional misspelling of words, especially in company names.)