Kinja, the Web app for reading weblogs that Meg and Nick have been working on for the past year +, has launched as a beta. It’s still a bit rough around the edges (especially design-wise) and a little schizophrenic as to who/what it’s targetted at, but it’s neat to play around with. I like that it reads like a weblog…which is not the case with RSS readers…something I never liked about them. A downside is that there’s not a whole lot to play around with. One public digest per person? I want more than that, just like my playlists in iTunes.
One neat feature is that I can make my digest public, so you can read all the sites I’m reading. Here’s my current digest…I’m still working on it, so all my favorites aren’t there, but you get the idea.
Update #2: Meg posts about leaving Kinja at the end of April and points to her public digest. (I love these public digests…it’s like you’re DJing with weblog posts. Imagine when you can have multiple public digests.)
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