Web 2.0 may be all about what your friends like and networking and feeding off of other people’s tastes, but sometimes it’s just good to be you, to do what you like and not have to worry about friends or family.
Feedego isn’t about sharing your secrets with the world or posting embarrassing pictures about you. Rather, Feedego, as it’s names suggests, caters to you the loyal customer. Use Feedego to find new feeds based on your likes and dislikes.
The process is simple. Use your Gmail name to log in or register to get an account. Then type in some keywords of things you like and things you hate. A series of slider bars lets you tell how much you like or dislike something. With this knowledge in hand, Feedego will suggest articles that you might find interesting. It also color codes articles to signal whether you’ll love it (green) or most likely hate it (red). Best of all, it’s free.
We’ve not had time to properly test this but it sounds like a good idea so why not give it a go. We’re going to give it two stars at the moment but we may come back and update this once we’ve had a proper trial.