i’m probably the last to know about it, but daypop looks like a nice complement to blogdex [ which is where i discovered it ]:

“Daypop is a current events search engine. Daypop crawls the living web at least once a day to bring you the latest information relevant to your searches.”

“The living web is composed of sites that update on a daily basis: newspapers, online magazines, and weblogs. Weblogs are a new form of personal journalism. Think of them as opinion columns or slices of life. Newspapers give you the international headlines and weblogs give you both a subjective view of current events and a personal view of the author’s life.”

i like how it allows you to filter all feeds, newsfeeds only or weblogs only which can make it slightly more useful than google in certain situations. now that google indexes frequently updated sites more often, i guess this would make daypop the second just-in-time search engine.

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