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How do I use this service?

You can choose more than one use of our service. Today, we see three different use models, yet the tool looks quite interesting, and, most likely, there may be more use models to it even now.

First, you can use the rule builder to simply build a news feed according to your personal interests and read it. You will have to choose a series of source media that will contribute news to your news feed and filter it through tags and key words. If the news source you are looking for is not found in our palette, you could try adding it on your own. We cannot guarantee any success, but it is worth trying anyway. Besides, the list of source media that we propose is growing constantly. You do not have to build a "from-scratch" rule for a start. Instead, you may open any of the recommended news feeds and move it to your account, then you can change the configuration rules at will.

Second, you could build a news feed knowing that you will not be the only person to read it. The feed may be also viewed by a number of people who will have it's link from you. More important, these people do not necessarily have to be registered with our service: they can view your news feed through a web-browser or RSS-reader via the direct link. In the nearest future we plan to enable sending the feed via e-mail as a widget that may be inserted into any website.

Third, you can post any news of your own or any other notes that will be visible in your personal news source feed, since every user of our service becomes a news source. Your source medium will be directly available to your social network friends who also use our service in association with their SNS profile. In addition, you can duplicate your post in the social network immediately after posting. Another option is that you can add your source media into any news feed, adjust the right filters and give it out to other people as part of the news feed containing news authorized by you among other news on the matter of interest.

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