OK, OK, I’m back to my blog thanks to popular demand. 🙂
One new service came up this morning that caught my eye: TechFuga.
As Louis Gray says, it’s like TechMeme and AllTop had a baby.
Now, whether or not you think this will prove successful (the jury is out, especially since TechMeme’s traffic has flatlined the past year) this points to something else: TechMeme hasn’t innovated and that lack of innovation is opening the door to competitors.
How has it not innovated? TechMeme has not acknowledged that there is something interesting going on elsewhere. That people are using other aggregators, like Reddit and Digg, along with other social networks, like Twitter and friendfeed, to get their news.
Now that we see a service that, while imperfect, demonstrates what new features look like, we see that TechMeme has stalled.
Gabe Rivera (he’s the founder of TechMeme), are you going to answer this, or are you going to keep on the flat track saying that only “high end articles and blogs” matter?