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Making link sharing faster, better.

FeedMe is a recommendation system that learns what your friends like to hear about and helps you share it with them. You can use FeedMe through a Google Reader plug-in or a Firefox extension.

Once you've started sharing, FeedMe recommends friends who might be interested in seeing the web content you're looking at. FeedMe has loads of other bells and whistles, too: optional digesting of shares, indications of whether the recipient already received the URL, how many URLs the recipient has gotten recently, and One-Click Thanks for recipients to tell you what they like.

FeedMe: A Plug-in for Google Reader

If you use Google Reader and just want to share content from your RSS feeds, try this plug-in.

To get started:
1 Get Firefox 3.5 and the Greasemonkey add-on.
2 Get a FeedMe account.
3 Install FeedMe as a Greasemonkey script.
4 Go to Google Reader and open up a feed. Log in to FeedMe when prompted, and start sharing! Shared posts will get sent via e-mail. As you share, FeedMe learns who might be interested in the posts you're looking at, and suggests them as you read.
5 For bonus points, install the FeedMe bookmarklet by dragging the following link onto your bookmark bar:
If you want more detail, you can step through our tutorial.

FeedMe Bar: A Firefox Extension

If you want to be able to share a link from any webpage, try this extension.

To get started:
1 If you don't have Firefox 3.5 or higher, download it here.
2 Register for a FeedMe account, or log in if you already have one.
3 Install the FeedMe Bar as a Firefox extension.
4 Go to any webpage, and start sharing! Shared links will get sent via e-mail. As you share, FeedMe learns who might be interested in the websites you're looking at, and suggests them as you read.

FeedMe is available open-source under the MIT license, and is hosted on Google Code. Contact us at feedme@csail.mit.edu.

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