A RSS filtering tool which I found on Slashdot. Supposedly AI chooses the best posts, but it seems to be a simple weighting on comments and links.
This will be handy for including feeds on jamesturnbull.org
James Turnbull is a web developer from Edinburgh and living in Oxford. This website is a link-dump of things he found online.
James is New Media Director at digital healthcare agency Incuna and developed the popular Google Earth "things-to-see" website, Google Sightseeing. You can buy the spin-off book Not in the Guide Book at all good bookshops.
Posts from Google Sightseeing
<a href="http://googlesightseeing.com/streetviews/er-aloha-to-you-too-mate/"><img src="http://cbk0.google.com/cbk?output=tile&panoid=eQ_DwuTrSTZxzIqZFK64_g&zoom=3&x=6&y=1" /></a>
Posted on 6th December 2013
<a href="http://googlesightseeing.com/streetviews/would-you-not-be-a-little-scared-to-sleep-here-with-this-lot-peering-down-at-you-all-night/"><img src="http://cbk0.google.com/cbk?output=tile&panoid=k7nuv7OkMN4AAAQJOF-Tww&zoom=3&x=5&y=1" /></a>
Posted on 28th November 2013
<a href="http://googlesightseeing.com/streetviews/these-guys-are-cuckoo/"><img src="http://cbk0.google.com/cbk?output=tile&panoid=8MkyMFJnGgQAAAQGD3MYOw&zoom=3&x=1&y=1" /></a>
Posted on 26th November 2013
Whovians everywhere are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their favourite time traveller. Doctor Who first aired on the BBC on November 23rd 1963. Fifty years, 10 regenerations1, numerous companions and countless enemies later, a special extended…
Posted on 22nd November 2013