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A website for submitting urls(links) of various interesting articles.

Ayush Mayank Founder

May 7th, 2018

I have a website concept which is about submitting urls of various articles people found interesting online and upload it to the website with specified categories, later on people can follow topics of their interest and we will provide them articles based on their area of interest, I just want to know how you guys think about this please provide me some feedback

George Feil Creator of Distributed Internet Applications

May 8th, 2018

This sounds like something that has already been done. What makes your idea different from Reddit? Or Digg? Or Tumblr? Unless you can make a compelling case, it's not worth doing, other than as an academic exercise.

Jonathan England  

May 10th, 2018

agreed with George.. I would add "StumbleUpon" as another mainstream site/app which provides a similar service, based on the specific description that you give.

Peter Roome Part Scientist, Technologist and Strategist

May 8th, 2018

I agree with George Fell - It's already been done. The only way it might be of interest if there's a compelling case to be made for aggregating a specific subject area that not already covered by the sites mentioned.

Mr. Kelly Johnson Looking for Co-founder

May 8th, 2018

What I would like to see in an aggregate like that is automated follow ups that actually have new and valuable information to the story. I watch my local and international news. I hear about a story that gains my interest. What I want to know, is the specific outcome of the story some time down the road. Like what sentence does the perp eventually get? Did the person recover? Was the person convicted of the same thing all over again. etc. Email me a year from now with an update to the story. Not a barrage of articles from different news sources probably telling me what I already know reporting on the initial same story. But give me only articles that give me actual updates after the fact. "Follow up News".