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I use Zite on my ipad to create a "magazine" that changes according to my answer on whether i liked a certain article or not. Is there something like that for ubuntu?

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I Seriously doubt it –  Uri Herrera May 23 '11 at 0:04
    
any web app then? –  Chriskin May 23 '11 at 0:05
    
The closest i could think of is using a RSS client –  Uri Herrera May 23 '11 at 0:11
    
I already use rss for quite a while now, the reason i want this kind of application is to help me find you sites worth adding to my google reader account –  Chriskin May 23 '11 at 0:18
    
Stumbleupon? It's a toolbar which you can thumbs up sites and thumbs them down dependant on whether you like them or not, clicking stumble takes you to a new site from one of the categories you select when you create an account, it sounds like this might be what you're looking for, I say give it a try. Otherwise you could try google reader with your feeds and after a few weeks look in recommended items, generally it's pretty good at finding blogs I would be interested in –  Will Jul 15 '11 at 19:11

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I am looking for Zite on Ubuntu myself. And have failed so far to find something.

However, there are some news aggregators outthere that have nice little web-functionality which can easlily be used with your browser. It's not quite the zite experience but similarily helpful

E.g. Tweeted Times: http://tweetedtimes.com/#!/cvhhh or http://paper.li

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As an alternative to my idea i found the "sparks" feature of Google+. It might not be a desktop application (yet - i think they said they have plans to make a desktop app) but it works just fine. Until a better idea is found, i'll consider this one an "answer"

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