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November 17, 2004
Monitor110: Collective wisdom for investors
Monitor110 is taking the Technorati pattern and customizing it for investors. It’s for-fee and alpha, so its not easy to test-drive, but they claim near-real-time monitoring of 6M+ sources, which is half again as large as the Technorati universe; given their subscribing/scraping pattern, this means that the RSS universe has grown considerably larger than the weblog universe alone.
This falls in the latent social software category, but it’s interesting to see the ‘collective wisdom of the weblog world’ pattern of blogdex et al becoming moving from the general to the specific.
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