With so much information available online today, it’s increasingly difficult and time-consuming to find the content we want. That’s where Zite comes in. Zite evaluates millions of new stories every day, looking at the type of article, its key attributes and how it is shared across the web. Zite uses this information to match stories to your personal interests and then delivers them automatically to your iPad or iPhone.Informative, funny or just bittersweet, below are some of the things I would have missed if it weren't for Zite. Mostly because I feel too much of the time that I just don't have the time to sort through so much media.
StumbleUpon is similar and quite fantastic (you can also find me there, as JessDC). I plan on using both, but since Zite works well with my phone and I'm not at home very often, it's a great app for me, personally.
And now a quick blog note: I had previously mentioned that posts for Uncrafty, Lost in DC and The Thinnest Skin would be labeled as such in the post title. Then, while driving back from Alexandria today, I started thinking about how incredibly long my post titles are going to be. And then I remembered that, since I add the name of those sub-blogs to the Labels section, you can actually find posts for them at the top of the Labels widget. And, to make it more convenient, I've moved Labels from the bottom to the right sidebar (below Archive, which was also revamped). I hope this will end up being easier for all of us.