LazyFeed is an online tool that makes it easier to stay up-to-date on everything that you care about—from the results of last night’s NFL games to what’s happening on your favorite TV show, or even learn when your favorite musician has released new videos and songs. Rather than struggling to remember all the things you’d like to stay updated on, LazyFeed uses input from you to assemble topics you’re interested and then delivers the updated information to you as it becomes available.
Before you can start reaping the benefits of LazyFeed’s constant live updates, you’ll need to add your favorite topics, hobbies, and interests. New users are also provided with a preset group of frequently requested topics such as sports, movies, and food, which can be kept in your feed or deleted if you wish. By checking out your Monitor page, you’ll see a constantly streaming conveyor belt of news about all the topics you’ve selected. When something looks good, or worth reading more about, simply click it once to see the article come up in a new screen inside the LazyFeed site.
If the article looks like something you’d be interested in sharing with friends, simply click on the links to email, Tweet, or post on your Facebook wall. In addition, to leave the LazyFeed site and read the article from its original source, simply click the Visit button and you’ll be taken right there. For anyone who’s looking for a better way to stay current on all the topics they’re interested in most, LazyFeed provides a simple solution without requiring much effort.
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