|Bracing against the wind|
Friday, March 25, 2005
RSS aggregators are doing a poor job, and I think the reason why is that there needs to be lot more collaboration going on as to what the definition of "something worth reading" is for a user. In other words, I filter through too much junk before I read what I want, and I shouldn't have to do that.
Memebot doesn't actually do this yet, but it will.
For now, it's a free, full featured web hosting system, with support for arbitrary CGI programs, and FTP accounts. It's way the hell better than anyone's getting at Geocities, and better than most people get when they pay $5 per month.
The goal is to load up a few thousand sites and then cap the free program and tweak the Memebot AI until it's producing what I need to produce.
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