One of my favorite things to do is browse the internet, finding new and interesting stories and video. In the past, I would collect newspapers and magazines that I wanted to read or thought I would get to. Now, it’s great not to have that mess at home, but to have it all be neat online.
I really like discovering new websites and was excited to check out buzzego. I had heard that you could create a personalized web feed that would make it easy to find relevant and interesting stories from across the web.
Signing up was extremely quick and easy and I loved the pandas which represented categories that were of interest to me. Since I was one of those curious kids who used to bring home the maximum number of books from the library, I picked quite a few categories which encompassed my preferences.
This instantly created a personalized feed – pre-tuned to generate all the best content tailored for me. As I continued to use BuzzEgo, my feed was constantly refined by choices I made and what I shared. Definitely cool!
I really love BuzzEgo. Using advanced linguistics technology as well as everyone out there on the web as an editorial team, it delivers an endless feed of content fine-tuned for my reading pleasure.
Here are just a few of the Pandas (categories) I chose: Culture Vulture, Creative, Tech Geek, Deep Thinker, Alternative and Trendy & Fashionable.
Immediately, I was presented with a wealth of reading and viewing choices. I enjoyed Flashback: Bono and the Edge Perform with Luciano Pavarotti from rollingstone.com and an easy recipe for lemon curd. I’d been watching a lot of cooking shows lately and was wondering how to make that.
I also liked this tutorial for a spring branch necklace:
I can remember going to bookstores all the time when I was younger, sitting there for hours with stacks of books and coming home having bought way too many for my budget. Now, I can just go to BuzzEgo and find fascinating stories that fit my eclectic tastes. It’s also perfect for people who want very specific content.