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  • A front page for your Twitter feed
  • A front page for your Twitter feed
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SIGNAL

A front page for your Twitter feed

Filtering the web’s vast swathes of content can be difficult, but a whole range of aggregation apps and services promise to sort the wheat from the chaff. The latest is Digg Deeper, which uses your Twitter feed to find the stories most discussed by the people you follow.

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