TheWebList gets a makeover

TheWebList.net got an updated look last week. The site is a one-man project that aggregates headlines from popular tech-heavy sites like Digg, Lifehacker, Mashable and CNET, along with broader sites like the New York Times and Google News. I’ve used it for several years, finding it a convenient way to keep up on new posts from several places. My visits to the site had fallen off, though, in part because some of its feeds had become outdated or unreliable. The sites creator promises additional changes, including customization, and I hope he follows through. Of course, my own site needs a makeover, something I hope to provide soon.

 

 

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Doug Ward is an associate professor of journalism at the University of Kansas.
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One Response to TheWebList gets a makeover

  1. being on theweblist.net for some time and happy to find them back. atleast they are much more lighter and less bandwidth consuming than alltop.

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