Aggregating the Aggregators

Over the past few weeks, I have featured several economics/market web aggregators. They all tend to have a focus on business, though many come from overall aggregators that have tabs for  different topics.

Since I like to recursively get all meta on you, here’s my aggregation of all a few dozen blog aggregators, primarily in the Business, Tech and Video space:

(Let me know in the comments which ones I missed, if any . . .)

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click on any of these to be taken to their site
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Abnormal Returns
Abnormal_returns

Alltop
Alltop

Bloglines
Bloglines


Blogniscient
Blogniscient

BlogRolling

Blogrolling

the DailyTube
Daily_tube

Digg Business/Finance
Digg


Economics Roundtable

Economics_roundtable

Feedbite
Feedbite

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Finance Roundtable
Finance_roundtable

Google Reader
Greader

Google News
Google

Megite
Megite

Modern Feed
Modern_feed

My Yahoo
My_yahoo

Netvibes
Netvibes

newsflashr
Newsflashr

RGE Monitor
Rge

Reddit
Reddit

RealClearMarkets
Real_clear_markets

Seeking Alpha
Seeking_alpha

StumbleUpon
Stumbleupon

Techmeme
Techmeme

Technorati
Technorati

Tickerspy
Tickerspy

Tinfinger
Tinfinger

Topix
Topix

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  1. mitch commented on Apr 18

    Short Barnes and Borders, because who can read a book anymore? Info overload, I need Adderall.

  2. Marcus Aurelius commented on Apr 18

    I only visit RGE – and that’s only ’cause Roubini is the man. Anyone can lead you into trouble, only a few can lead you out.

  3. Gal commented on Apr 18

    Barry — thanks for including newsflashr.com

    This week Microsoft finally introduced its own automated news service: http://search.live.com/news

    Curious what you think of it?

    Full disclosure: I don’t work for Microsoft!
    -Gal

  4. Ritholtz commented on Apr 18

    I really do not care for anything that’s MSFT Live.

    Biased?

    Yeah, you can say that.

  5. David Patton commented on Apr 18

    Long time reader, first (maybe second?) time commenter:

    http://www.loud3r.com/

    Thanks for the TBP Barry. A few months back it became Safari’s homepage.

    -David

  6. Dave commented on Apr 18

    MySpace’s News is good. Go to

    http://news.myspace.com/

    and click on “Business” to see the list of business-related categories.

  7. rw commented on Apr 18

    Barry, totally off-topic: There is so much hot dispute out there about inflation vs deflation. Mish and John Williams today in utter disagreement. I would love to get your views.

  8. WorldBeta commented on Apr 18

    First one to incentivize (reward) the user or the author wins, IMO.

  9. Bob A commented on Apr 18

    I use My.Yahoo and put whatever I want to see in it with RSS.

    There is too much information out there and too little time to bother with all these other wannabees.

  10. Bob A commented on Apr 18

    I use My.Yahoo and put whatever I want to see in it with RSS.

    There is too much information out there and too little time to bother with all these other wannabees.

  11. Wishal commented on Apr 18

    Alltop all the way, any day.

  12. Charlie Z commented on Apr 18

    Personally I am trying to stick with the original My Yahoo page… not the new one they keep trying to push on me.

  13. Fredex commented on Apr 18

    Abnormal Returns is intelligently edited.

  14. Jim commented on Apr 18

    Blern.com is one that learns about you organically through your public online profiles and builds article and blog recommendations customized for you.

  15. j commented on Apr 19

    My favourite non-economics/finance/business “Aggregator”:

    Arts & Letters Daily

    http://www.aldaily.com

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