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Have you looked at Feedly? It is linked to Google Reader feeds and includes your personal twitter feed as well. You can also customize layouts, from lists to galery views, look for suggestions, save articles for later and get recommendations. I don't think it is available for IE but you can find it for Chrome, Firefox, iPhone and now Android.
You can follow the Signpost by watching the page Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/Issue. It's updated whenever a new issue of the Signpost is published. And that also means you can use the Atom feed for the history of that page: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Wikipedia_Signpost/Issue&feed=atom&action=history (Alternatively use ...
If you are interested in feed aggregation which learns your preferences, NewsBlur does training; on individual entries within, you can select Train This Story. When enough training is done, entries of a similar nature will be marked differently from other entries, helping you go to those interesting topics first.
In short: You can't. Currently, there is no way to completely hide your activity on Facebook from everybody. Which bits of your activity that shows up in other people's feeds is based upon the privacy level of the item you are interacting with. If John creates a public post and you like it, anyone can see that - and FB may (depending on their ...
Google Alert is a good tool, but I don't think it's what he is looking for. He wants to follow the progress of stories. Then try http://www.newsnow.co.uk The news gets categorized and they create separate categories. It's the tool that many journalists use to follow a breaking story. Check out hot topics.
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