Tools to News Aggregation
These tools help individuals and groups to monitor the news and to focus on topics of greatest interest to them.
“Digg delivers the most interesting and talked about stories on the Internet right now. The Internet is full of great stories, and Digg helps you find, read, and share the very best ones. It’s simple and it’s everywhere: visit Digg on the web, find it on your iPhone, or get the best of Digg delivered to your inbox with The Daily Digg.”Visit site
Flipboard's mission is to let people discover and share content in beautiful, simple, and meaningful ways. Search for anything—people, topics, hashtags, your favorite sites—and then flip through articles, updates, photos and videos all in a beautiful magazine-style format. Flipboard allows you to curate a custom dashboard of content from across the Web, from your RSS feeds to the New York Times, and is available for iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry, Kindle Fire & NOOK.Visit site
“We're fascinated by how people find, read, and talk about the news. We design social applications from the ground up with news in mind. The web is full of noise and is fundamentally conversational — we build the tools to help find meaning and engage in that conversation.”Visit site
“Philanthropy News Digest (PND), a daily news service of the Foundation Center, is a compendium, in digest form, of philanthropy-related articles and features culled from print and electronic media outlets nationwide. Published daily, each PND abstract summarizes the content of, or from, an original article, press or news release, or grantmaker web site. Each abstract includes a citation of the original news source, which readers of the Digest can use to read the original web site, or to find a copy of the original article through a library or a document delivery service. Sign up for the Philanthropy News Digest newsletter, published on Tuesdays, to get a full week’s news in one place.”Visit site