It’s been more than two years since I published the beginnings of a list ofpower tools for content aggregation and curation, and content is hotter than ever.
Posterous may be gone, and Google Reader on its way out, yet social magazines and news readers are exploding.
Feedly, Pulse, Zite, and Newsblur are just a few examples of services ready to fill the void. Digg even announced it will develop a replacement for Google Reader by July 1, the date when the search giant will close it down.
Facebook introduced its own new news feed and will make it available to everyone who signed up for it after the early stages of the slow roll out the company is using to collect feedback.
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