aggregator

NOUN
  1. a person who collects things
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  • Site owners have to pay for bandwidth used by images, news aggregators, and archive trawls.
  • Article shows how to manage in this new world - picking up press releases from news aggregators, getting RSS feeds from corporate blogs, and perhaps mining podcasts for the unintended divulgence. Internet News: Business Research Archives
  • Examples of coactive systems include open source software development, wiki communities, social news aggregators, and many others.
  • What attracts customers to the aggregators is the size of their reach.
  • Catalog and aggregator sites typically compile information that exists elsewhere , then repackage and distribute it.
  • In a weblogging context, XML underpins the RSS format, which is in turn used to distribute headline feeds to aggregators
  • Update: Ashley has more details, but doesn't answer my question, although to my eyes there's an implication that the new aggregator will be even less platform agnostic than iPlayer - which Ashley says *will* support GNU/Linux.... On-Demand OK, But How Demanding?
  • Built on Netvibes, an RSS aggregator (aka newsreader), the site comes standards with pre-selected feeds from popular social media and technology sites. Search Engine Watch Blog
  • However, let's remember that the DP is a news aggregator site, and in terms of punditry we should be comparing ourselves to "Roger's Rants" rather than the DP. Your Right Hand Thief
  • Dedicated players group socially together online in clans and then pay a subscription fee to an aggregator to host a dedicated server for their use.
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