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ListMint.com – A New Social Aggregator

Aggregators are surely popular. That is the only thing I can think about when faced with a site like ListMint, as it replicates the formula that has made Digg popular to a hilt. You can submit you own news and have them ranked up and down by those who are regular users of the site and by passer bys alike. The site has the mandatory roll of categories related to the world of entertainment, business and technology, whereas both...

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Lovest.at – Find your Internet Twin

Lovest.at aggregates all of the data from your profiles on social sites (MySpace, del. icio.us, Last.fm, etc) and creates and list a social graph which shows just who has what in common with you. You can create your own lists based on your preferences, for example you might want to have a list of people with similar musical tastes, or a list of similar people who all live in your home town. The number of lists you can create is...

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Intuuch.com – Twitter Clone Aggregates Social Activity

What can we expect from this latest of Twitter clones, so preciously dubbed Intuuch? Apart from the awkward spelling, Intuuch distinguishes itself by its de rigueur accommodation of the web’s most popular services—Flicker, Twitter, Youtube, Last.fm, and even the lesser know German site Sevenload. Intuuch users can track the goings on and daily minutiae of their friends a la Jaiku. And as with Twitter, they can decide who gets...

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