LinkFeed – Another AJAXed HomePage !

LinkedFeed is an automated and customizable information social network. The more you use it, the most accurate news it brings to you and people sharing your interests.

Yet another ajax desktop like google IG, netvibes or pageflakes. The one feature different enough that I could find was that it allows a colouring option for the content, it might be a small feature but as I said thats the only thing I could find to blog here, perhaps they should start a development blog. Maybe its targeted for French users only ^_^ , a google search result couldn’t draw much news either.
Still No.1 in my ajax desktop list is Netvibes.

4 Responses to LinkFeed – Another AJAXed HomePage !
  1. Shanti Braford
    February 22, 2006 | 2:23 pm

    LinkedFeed & FeedButler both look really cool, btw.

  2. On The Road » Whats New
    February 17, 2006 | 8:51 pm

    […] I’m starting to set up some of the AJAX stuffs now and I thought I’d take a look around the web to see what others were using AJAX for and what worked and what didn’t. Starting here I got on the track of a bunch of AJAX-enabled Web-Home Pages. Currently I’m using Google’s personalized home page and when it came out I thought it was the sweetest thing ever, but I figured by now some little guy out there has probably made something far better… […]

  3. Guillaume Champeau
    January 28, 2006 | 4:52 am

    Hi Sreejith,

    LinkedFeed started only two days ago. We are testing it with French people but it will very soon be fully operational with English users.

    The very one difference (and a very important one) between LinkedFeed and other Ajaxed homepages is its social network. Depending on the feeds you suscribe to, it suggests “linked feeds” you might be interested into as well. Also if you read mostly news about Ajax, it will push the news about Ajax in the “suggested items” part. Everything is automated so you don’t have to specifically say what are your fields of interests.

    That’s why we say “the most you use it the better it serves you”.

    Thank you for speaking about it. I’ll be glad to answer your questions if you have any.

    Guillaume Champeau

  4. commy
    January 27, 2006 | 6:23 pm

    In my spare time im currently developing a webbased feedreader with social bookmarking and non-hierarchical editorial control.

    It’s inspired by digg/ and uses Ajax for various parts like marking stories and adding feeds in the background.

    Please give it a try at