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June 17, 2008 / Danny Robinson

Loud3r Launches

Loudr LogoHere’s a very cool concept for a site that can generate a ton of equity value vs. the effort put into building it.  I actually know that Lowell has put a lot of energy into building out Loud3r, and it shows, but compared to what DWave is trying to do, it’s no huge technical accomplishment.  It just works.  On the web, what matters most is a fast, clean, easy to use site that give me only the information I want. In fact, I’m sure my friend Brian Sugar over at Sugar Inc (home of the popular site popsugar.com among others) would agree with Lowell’s approach to chunking up vertical content sites based on domain name vs sub-domain name like Guy Kawasaki‘s Alltop.  Regardless of what you think, you should check it out, bookmark/subscribe to the sites that are relevant to you, and see how it goes.  As for me, I’ve pointed my RSS reader to found3r.com.

PS: I’m still holding out hope for similar, more personalized, feeds to starting coming out of the Something Simpler offices.

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2 Comments

  1. Lowell Goss / Jun 17 2008 5:19 pm

    The focus right now is on finding the most interesting information for a topic. Our vision is to grow from that base into the most interesting information for you.

    You pose an interesting challenge in your postscript. Personalized filtering. LOUD3R already has the building blocks in place. Sign up and start reading. The topics you care about automatically appear in your personal topics area. The stories you read are immediately available to share with friends.

    Thanks for the great post.

  2. Lowell Goss / Jun 18 2008 12:19 am

    The focus right now is on finding the most interesting information for a topic. Our vision is to grow from that base into the most interesting information for you.

    You pose an interesting challenge in your postscript. Personalized filtering. LOUD3R already has the building blocks in place. Sign up and start reading. The topics you care about automatically appear in your personal topics area. The stories you read are immediately available to share with friends.

    Thanks for the great post.

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