All your favorite news
March 12, 2002 8:59 AM   Subscribe

All your favorite news can be found at Stereotypography -- or, at least, the news from 18 distinct weblogs. Condensed into three frames, you can read the news from three of those sites and switch between them with drop-down boxes. Resize the font or refresh the news feeds at will. (found via alt.sense.)
posted by moz (9 comments total)
Pretty cool, I usually go to these sites for the links anyway, so this site is really convienient.
posted by riffola at 9:11 AM on March 12, 2002

This site saves a lot of time!

It also doesn't have Anime cheerleaders in the background, so it makes checking the news at work a little easier. :-)
posted by Stuart_R at 10:11 AM on March 12, 2002

Wow, that is pretty neat. Would be even neater if I recognized any of the sites they feed from.
posted by UnReality at 10:17 AM on March 12, 2002

Cool if it only listed some sites *I* am interested in.
posted by briank at 10:18 AM on March 12, 2002

hmm... this is a very old idea... with an ok implementation (it would be better if they didn't totally rip the design from DiK - those shapes - ugh)... along similar lines type01 built the Link R.I.Pper a while back which extracts link site urls into a nifty alert application.

I say its an old idea because as most of the sites featured here have their news boxes in iframes I know many folks who have done something like this for themselves (as opposed to trying to pull traffic away from the originating sites). I know I have had my own page for quite some time.
posted by 10sball at 10:34 AM on March 12, 2002

NEAT, but they don't have the sites I want. My three choices would be METAFILTER, WIRED NEWS, and SLASHDOT
posted by banished at 12:24 PM on March 12, 2002

Daily Rotation

posted by bobadoci at 1:12 PM on March 12, 2002

A news aggregator for design sites, eh? Erm, I mostly visit design sites to look at pretty things, not to read content. Defeats the purpose.
posted by lbergstr at 1:20 PM on March 12, 2002

Banished: memigo (disclaimer: I run it).
posted by costas at 3:35 AM on March 13, 2002

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