Feedscrub intelligently filters RSS feeds prevent information overload.
Users subscribe to feeds through Feedscrub then teach it which posts they like and dislike. As Feedscrub learns what a user dislikes it automatically filters posts into a junk feed that the user can ignore.
Existing RSS filters focus on filtering out particular keywords, creating the possibility of false positives (deleting something the user wanted). Feedscrub realizes that users have unique interests, and that past interest in similar posts is a better relevance indicator than other metrics such as social interaction. It is personalized to your preferences so you only read what interests you, and it gets smarter as you train it to minimize filtering out stories you’d like to read.
Feedscrub supports RSS and Atom formats, and can be used with any feed reader (e.g. Google Reader, NetNewsWire, Newsgator).
Feedscrub competes with Feed Rinse and Yahoo!’s Pipes.