Website of the day: Hot Drops
It’s possible that we’re fast approaching a point in time where we’ll need sites to filter out the content that’s provided by the sites that filter out the content of the internet.
You can subscribe to any number of these magazine style, digest format aggregators and keep on top of what’s new, trending or just plain quirky.
So, what’s different about hotdrops.com, you might ask. To be honest, not too much. You sign in with Facebook, Twitter or email credentials and then you can start to customise your experience. No real differentiators there.
But what we really do like about this one is the overall experience. It’s very slick, very easy to tweak your content settings and from what we’ve seen, it's very quick to start sending you only the stuff that you want once you've told it to.
Which really is the whole point of sites like this in the first place.