Information overload is a continuing problem, but one way out of it is to visit sites that bucket information and streams into topics for you so you can find what you need quickly. Loud3r is such an aggregator and here Lowell Goss, founder, shows us what makes his approach different.
Google has just slightly extended its grip over your online life by taking a service public that was previously a research project: "profile pages." By effectively aggregating your personal info and contact details in one place they become a powerful search and public relations tool. But they're also a little creepy.
An interesting new site on the interwebs aims to simplify and centralize your online life by giving you more control over your online identity. Fresh out of private beta, Chi.mp is now open to the public and will enable users to create their own domain and Web site to aggregate all of their content from social networks and media sites they visit.