Fav.or.it

  • Fav.or.it Closes Funding Round For Corporates To Track Your Blogs And Comments – And Reply

    Fav.or.it Closes Funding Round For Corporates To Track Your Blogs And Comments – And Reply

    Blogs and commenting aggregator fav.or.it has closed a new round of funding close to $710,00 from an angel round taking their total funding to date to around $1.5m. The UK-based startup is also launching a about to launch a new property, FeedBroker.net. This separates some of its functionality into a new site which would allow for licensing RSS feeds external to any other site, including… Read More

  • Fav.or.it Finally Opens Beta To Take RSS And Commenting Mainstream

    Fav.or.it Finally Opens Beta To Take RSS And Commenting Mainstream

    Feeds and commenting aggregator fav.or.it has finally come out of the door into public beta, reports TechCrunch UK. It has a large number of new features aimed at simplifying interaction with news sites and blogs. Founder Nick Halstead has now focused on the core goal of making feed reading and commenting as mass market friendly as humanly possible. Despite praise from the likes of Robert… Read More

  • Europe Is Searching For Its Silicon Valley

    Europe Is Searching For Its Silicon Valley

    Over the past few days at the Next Web conference in Amsterdam, I had the opportunity to hang out with about 700 Internet entrepreneurs from all over Europe. The startup scene in Europe reminds me of Silicon Valley four or five years ago—hungry startups building Web companies on the cheap and products that scratch a personal itch. Swedish startup Twingly, for instance, wants to come up… Read More

  • Favorit's RSS reader integrates commenting

    Favorit's RSS reader integrates commenting

    Fav.or.it, the RSS reader with integrated commenting (a story TechCrunch UK broke), has launched its beta, though you’ll still need an invite to get in while they scale up. With Fav.or.it you can make comments on blog posts from within its reader – no need to click into a browser to the original post. Disqus, the distributed commenting system, will be using the fav.or.it API. So if… Read More