Yet Another Tool For Managing Blog Overload

from the soon-we'll-need-a-meta-tool... dept

Well, a full year after they had planned to launch, the NY Times is saying that Kinja will be launching. Last year it was known as the Lafayette Project, and they had said they would launch at the beginning of April 2003… Hopefully the delay just meant they were getting it right. It’s Nick Denton’s latest project, and the idea is to create a service that better lets you create a personalized “blog of blogs,” so that you can see everything you might be interested in at a single source. It doesn’t appear to be up yet, so it should be interesting to see how well it works. It seems like that latest startup craze is all these companies that are working to better manage blog-related information. It’s not clear if Kinja is going to be all that different from some of the other options that are out there, but it seems likely to get plenty of attention.

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