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This is the Techmeme home page – stories highlighted in red are about Apple, green color is for Google while stories about Microsoft are in blue.
The traffic to Google Blog Search has remained flat in the past few months while both Technorati and Twitter Search are heading north. Why is Google Blog Search not growing?
The best way to get Techmeme love your blog is through original content, descriptive titles and link love – i.e., you should send some of your traffic to Techmeme and they he may consider including your site among other Techmeme elites.
Techmeme, the popular technology news aggregator, has indicated that completely automated news may not be working as fast as expected, making manual intervention necessary.
The Google Blog says that this new home page of Google BlogSearch lets you browse and discover the most interesting stories in the blogosphere. That may be the ultimate goal but frankly, the product is nowhere close yet.
Google today released a new version of Google Blogs Search that displays the most important stories of the day as a cluster similar to what you have in Google News.
With preferences in Techmeme, you can add links to major blog search engines like Ask Bloglines, Sphere, Google Blog Search, Technorati and IceRocket next to each of these stories.
Media websites like The Washington Post, TIME, Wall Street Journal, etc. use Sphere to show related links next to their news stories. BBC went one step further and built their own news aggregator.
Techmeme search lets you search the best blogs and news sources on the Internet. Now you can also create and subscribe to personlized RSS feeds from Techmeme Search.
After a long wait, Gabe finally introduced a search engine for Techmeme that is actually very good.
Ed Bott of ZDNet comes down heavily on Techmeme which he calls the "Short Attention Span Theater" of the blogosphere.
Buzz is a nice blog aggregator that collects the most popular stories from blogs across different categories such as Technology, Sports, Gossip, etc.
Planetaki is a new service that helps you read articles from different websites at one place in a format similar to river of news. This is a completely different concept from regular RSS readers like Bloglines or Google Reader.
It’s a cycle – blog stories make it to the Techmeme homepage, stay there for a couple of minutes (or hours) and are then replaced by fresh ones.
BlogRunner, like Techmeme, shows important stories and what’s being said about those stories by other writers, be they journalists or bloggers. By reading these stories from a site such as BlogRunner, you get a more detailed, richer picture of what’s actually going on.