If you haven’t looked at Daypop.com, you should. It’s a web-search aggregation service that lets you instantly search the contents of 59,000 news sites, web logs, and “RSS feeds.” (RSS Feeds is geek speak for some kind of XML-based news service.)
Check it out.
In addition to doing searches, Daypop lets you check the top 40 hot topics of the web logging community. Today it is iPod’s Dirty Secret, which is a rather interesting home video.
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