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Is there a web app that aggregates links shared by my Facebook and Twitter friends, shows it in a river of news and lets me add more feeds, like Delicious, Digg and so on?

I'm looking for something along the lines of Paper.li, but I really don't like the concept of an old-style newspaper, updating every 6 hours.

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A crude solution would be to manually get the link feeds from each service and subscribe with a regular feed reader.

For Twitter, you can extract a link feed with SiftLinks.

Facebook actually has a friends' links feed, but it's a bit hard to find. Kristi Barrow shows you how to get it.

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