Saturday, February 5

I Want My Kinja (To Be Better!)

I'm glad that companies working to improve the way we read blogs and other RSS content are attracting venture dollars. There's just no way I could keep up with my blogger friends without some kind of aggregator. I appreciate that Kinja works via the web, no install required. The software delivers a single page of chronological content with great, clean lines, much like a well-designed blog does. But it could use improvement -- I guess that's why it still bears the "beta" label. For example, once you pass a dozen or so feeds, it would be nice if you could organize them into separate pages or tabs or something. Nick Denton, are you listening?