GetMyScoop.com makes its debut on the Internet

GetMyScoop.com aims to help in facilitating the free flow of information on the Internet with its newly built website.
 
 
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Dec. 14, 2007 - PRLog -- New York, New York – GetMyScoop.com (http://www.getmyscoop.com) is a website built for the purpose of aiding the free flow of information on the Internet. It aims to perform this by automatically fetching any content that is posted from third party websites, and posting it on its website for everyone to view. In addition to aggregating third party websites’ content, GetMyScoop.com allows its registered users to create and post their own content on the website. Such functionality is supplemented by visitors’ ability to comment and share any content that is displayed on GetMyScoop.com.

There are a lot of content aggregators on the Internet today. Most of them, including GetMyScoop.com, use a technology called Real Simple Syndication, or RSS. It is a standardized means by which content providers make parts of their content available for automatic download and processing. Other websites subscribe to such RSS feeds and use software programs to automatically read the RSS enabled content, in order to post it on their own pages with links to the RSS feed source. Visitors of such websites are able to view the short RSS provided content, which is typically a description of the original one, and link back to the originator of the content to view the full details.

Unlike many other such websites, GetMyScoop.com tries to enable its visitors to personalize the website after their own taste, and allow them to post their own content on the website. Visitors may register free of charge and create their own “channels”, which are groupings of RSS feeds, or otherwise referred to as “sources”. Any information that is posted on such feeds is automatically fetched and displayed on the corresponding “channel”. Users can search a channel, filter for specific items, or set up web and email alerts for any filtered items. If users feel the need to create and post their own content, they may set up a “source” of their own and create content items under such sources. All of the user content is made available via RSS and can be used by other websites as RSS feeds. Furthermore, visitors may start a discussion about an item, or share it with other people by instructing the website to email it to the user’s contacts.

GetMyScoop.com is in the business of keeping its users aware of what’s happening on the Internet, empowering users to take control and personalize the way information flows to them, and giving them the means to create their own corner of Internet content.

Website: www.getmyscoop.com
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