Quickbrowse.com Fetches Your Favorite Sites for You

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I used to have a pretty solid ritual that I would perform every morning at my computer. I'd get some coffee, log on and surf through CNN, the New York Times, Wired News, CNET, Slashdot and Time.com. These days I log on to one URL and pour my coffee while the page loads. By the time I return to my desk, every site on my daily list is ready to scroll through — no go-and-fetch web browsing one site at a time.

The name for my new routine is metabrowsing, usually used to describe services that reduce many sites to a scrollable collection on a single page. Metabrowsing is fairly new — one of the earliest examples, Quickbrowse, is only five months old and it's arguably the best. MORE>>