“RSS has no value without a filter”

I thought this article by Publishing2.com writer Scott Karp was particularly interesting, as it was basically my thought process more than a year ago when I decided a Bayesian RSS filter would be the only way to fly:

He’s the simplest way I can put it: There is NO value to having information come to you in one place when the result is TOO MUCH information for you to sift through.

Or even simpler: Without a filter, RSS has no value.

It was this exact sentiment that lead to the conception of FeedZero.

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