So many blogs, so little time. If you feel like the blogosphere is passing you by, check out Regator, a new app that culls the Web’s best posts.
An offshoot of the eponymous Web service, Regator (agg-regator, get it?) differs from traditional RSS feed readers in that it doesn’t rely on you to choose the blogs you want to follow.
Instead, the app employs “qualified human editors” to bring you “topical, well-written, frequently updated, and relevant” posts. In other words, the cream of the blogosphere crop, at least according to these guys.
You can browse the posts any number of ways, starting with “popular” items from the Web at large or looking within a couple dozen specific topics (from Academics to “What the?”).
Regator also provides a full directory of more than 500 topics, so you can really drill into the areas that interest you most. (Beekeeping? Check. Museums? Check.)
Article source: http://news.cnet.com/posts/?keyword=RSS+feeds