I loved artpoints.net/calendar, but apparently they've shut down as of June 14th. Is there another impartial aggregator of art exhibition calls? I can search callforentry.org or other commercial sites but they only list opportunities run through their own service. I liked that artpoints.net/calendar was a one-stop shop that listed regionally, by date, with call restrictions and details.
I'm looking for a web service that is a little bit of Pinterest, Evernote, and Google Reader. Does this service exist? [more inside]
I want this: 1) highlight portion of any website, including embedded youtube, images, text, what have you. 2) click bookmarklet. Optional step 3) a new window pops up, allowing me to add a note. 4) a subscribeable RSS feed receives a new entry, whose title is a link back to the website in step one, and whose body is the highlighted portion from step one as well as my note. 5) share RSS with friends. Does it exist? [more inside]
How do I find out what constitutes a "good" car loan for a given set of circumstances? [more inside]
How can I make a sharable aggregate of interesting news and blog articles with a set URL? [more inside]
Is there a news site that collects the "top news stories" from various news sites into a single site? [more inside]
There are 4-5 hobbyist forums I frequent. How do I search all of them at once? [more inside]
Looking for site(s) that shows news based on popularity [more inside]
In the past Fimoculous has aggregated year-end "best of" lists for many different aspects of culture, such as music, movies, architecture, games, websites, you name it. According to his Twitter feed, though, he's done with this practice. So how to fill the void? What's your year-end-list aggregator of choice?
I'm looking for a web-based email aggregator to make checking 10 or 12 different email addresses a little easier/faster. [more inside]
I can't seem to keep track of online events - what tool or workflow should I use? [more inside]
Now that Bloglines is shutting down I need to find a new online feed reader for my secondary (entertainment) feeds. I already use Google Reader for work related feeds and like to keep my two streams uncrossed so I can avoid drifting off into entertainment land. What are the best other online feed readers? [more inside]
I'm tired of missing traveling museum exhibits. Are there any sites out there which aggregate museum exhibit start and end dates, preferably searchable by location? [more inside]
How do web feeds and news aggregators work? When a new blog post goes up does the aggregator automatically pick that up when it checks for updates to the feed or does each site's feed decide how often they update their feeds independent of how often the blog is updated? What is a good aggregator that lets me set how often to check feeds or even lets me check feeds manually?
How do I create a digest of RSS feeds ? possibly as an RSS feed itself ? for free ? [more inside]
My iPhone news reader app was rejected from the App Store for what looks like copyright reasons. What should I do to get it accepted after all? [more inside]
Where can I find a nifty Windows tool that gives you one convenient place to launch a bunch of standalone applications used to complete a task, such as transcoding and archiving a media file? [more inside]
It shouldn't be this hard to find a good podcast aggregator... [more inside]
What in the heck happened to doggdot.us? [more inside]
InternetFilter: Besides MetaFilter, whats the must read of the day? Tired of perusing the usual suspects for cool things on the internet. As I grow older find myself a bit less enthused over reddit, fark, digg, etc. As we all know, Metafilter is the holy grail of knowledge and all things fantastic, but I find myself wondering if there are a couple of pit stops missing before arriving here that will make my internet time better. Thinking along the lines of science, art, sociology, psychology, music and more. Any and all suggestions much appreciated.
Anyone knows a good alternative to 43places.com? 43places is great, I like to social idea, the lot of pictures and info you get, but 43 places is too limited. [more inside]
How do I convert RSS feed timestamps to relative timestamps or "time ago", for example: "12 minutes ago?" [more inside]
Is there a free service online that will allow me to aggregate RSS feeds, but will only show the last entry from each blog? (more details below) [more inside]
How can I create a singlegator site like Popurls? [more inside]
How can I aggregate (scrape) email from many different POP/IMAP/web-based accounts to a single server?
How can I aggregate (scrape) email from many different POP/IMAP/web-based accounts to a single server? [more inside]
How can I find a great blog on a subject I have found a new interest in? [more inside]
Anyone know of a good alternative to www.NetVibes.com? I need to be able to create tabs and put a list of bookmarks and maybe RSS feeds underneath each tab. [more inside]
Looking for good social link aggregators, like MeFi or Digg, or alternatively suggest ideas for a new one.
I’m looking for good social link aggregators, like MeFi or Digg, or alternatively suggest ideas for a new one. [more inside]
How do I keep up with interesting comment threads across sites? [more inside]
Is there a server-based RSS aggregator that works like Safari RSS? [more inside]
Online RSS Aggregator Recommendations? Netvibes, Pageflakes, etc... [more inside]
What free CMS has the best RSS aggregator features? [more inside]