Monday, November 29, 2004

Got suggestions for Findory?

Got a suggestion for Findory? We've love to hear from you.

Most e-mails to Findory are either suggestions or oh-my-god-this-is-so-great fan letters. We're thrilled by the feedback we've been getting. It's great to have such an enthusiastic and supportive community using and enjoying Findory.

If you do have ideas, suggestions, or things you'd like to see at Findory, please feel free to drop us an e-mail anytime at or comment on this post. We'd always love to hear from you.


Seun Osewa said...

Well, I would really like Findory to have more informative business blogs in its index.

I tried submitting the following blogs:

I'd be hard for anyone to say that these weblogs, especially the first one, are not worthy of inclusion. It's not much fun to submit worthy blogs and not get feedback, positive or negative!

Greg Linden said...

Thanks, Seun. We realize our "add a blog" feature is pretty weak right now. We're just about to focus a bunch of attention on that area, making it much easier to add new blogs. Great point!

martynj said...

I've been using Findory for a while now and find that is does exactly what I want - find new articles and sources of news / blogs - really well.

What would add real extra stickiness to the site for me is serving the inner geek that likes statistics. What do my reading habits say about me? What are my favourite sources and favourite subjects? What does the electronic representation of me inside Findory actually look like? That kind of stuff.

I find myself being drawn back to Google Search History for even the most mundane of usage stats during those lapses of concentration at work. If Findory offered something similar, I'd be back all the more often!