Hey everyone! If you're like me and check Twitter, Indie Hackers, or Hacker News multiple times each day, yet feel bad about it each time - I think I have a solution!
Right now it's a feed of articles that people you follow on Twitter commented on in the past week. And it's just the articles, without any other Tweets:
The idea is that people you trust will curate information better than any algorithm designed for engagement. If 5 people you know shared something this week, it's likely more worthwhile than the newest post you see. You'll not miss anything that matters, but avoid a majority of the noise. Basically, it's applying this quote to things we consume online:
“To be completely cured of newspapers, spend a year reading the previous week’s newspapers.” - Nassim Taleb
What do you think of the idea? Have you used other news aggregators like Nuzzel or RSS readers?