search cancel – Read Only The Content That Matters

Topikality.comHaving a clutter-free experience when surfing the web just lies beyond anybody’s grasp. No matter what steps you take on your own, you are bound to end up someplace that is of no relevance to you, and you will wind up perusing a blog post or similar that has no transcendence.


The only way of accomplishing seamless navigation and retrieval of information is through any of the tools that filter what is found online, of which topikality stands as a very good exponent.

In essence, it is a tool that learns what type of articles you enjoy reading so as to filter the content you come across from that point onwards. As they say on the site “topikality gives you the best of what you want, and none of what you don’t”. The best aspect of the whole system is that it has just the right amount of input from the user – he has to vote articles up and down, and once 50 votes have been put forth then everything starts shaping itself. Of course, the longer that he votes then the better results Topikality will yield, and the more elements for drawing comparisons it will have.

Right now, Topikality is still being fine-tuned. KillerStartup readers can get ready for the big launch right here. In Their Own Words

“Topikality learns what topiks you’re into and – just as importantly – what sort of articles you like. Then it delivers only those articles that match your preferences. A handful of them each day.

And it does this very intelligently. Over a couple of days, you vote articles up or down, and it learns precisely what you value, and what you don’t. After about 50 votes, you’ll start to see some real differences in what it delivers. The more you vote, the better it gets. (Yes, you do have to train it a bit in the beginning – about 5 minutes a day. It’s not smart enough to read your mind. Yet… ;-)”

Why It Might Be A Killer

It stands as an effective way to ensure only relevant content will come your way on the Net.

Some Questions About

In which ways could the process become more accurate? Is it really that different from other sites rendering similar services?


Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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