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Nucleus

Curate the best of what you're reading for your network

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Refind

Worth your attention

Discover, save, and read what's relevant to you.

Max Yakin Bozek- Designer
Refind is great to organise your bookmarks by tags. And also great to discover great new content. Though it still only allows to sign up if you are recommended by an already user. I can send free invitations for anyone who wants to register, just send me a tweet @yakinbozek and I will invite you back.
Dayyan Smith- Machine Learning @ TU Berlin & T-Labs
I've been using Refind for over a year and it's exactly what I want. Its integration into Google search is very helpful.
Cornelius S. Hager
Refind also got a great recommendation engine. Basically Youtube recommendations for text!
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Nuzzel 2.0

Discover top news stories & feeds from your friends

Mohammed Rafy- All things Community @DoSelectHQ
This is the best app.
Craig Deakin- Product evangelist + marketing
Make sure you don't miss anything, discover breaking news.
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Nuzzel is a great tool for curating the firehose from your Twitter feed.
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Mix

Discover, collect, and share the best of the web

Mix is a new way to discover and curate interesting content you find on the internet. We’re not (yet another) source for breaking news -- we take you deeper into the things that interest you most and help you discover cool stuff.

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Firefox Advance

Experimental recommendation engine built into Firefox

Firefox is launching a new experimental browser extension called Advance, which recommends new websites and articles based on what you’re currently reading and your recent browsing history.

Engadget
You can flag and block articles you don't want, so you'll ideally refine your results over time to get only the content you'd actually care to see. And Mozilla, the privacy advocate that it is, knows that the recommendation system may make some people uncomfortable.
The Verge
Firefox is launching a new experimental browser extension called Advance, which recommends new websites and articles based on what you're currently reading and your recent browsing history. There are two parts to Advance: a "Read Next" section, which recommends related articles based on your current tab, and a broader "For You" section, which uses your recen… See more
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