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DailyPerfect is an innovative personalized content and news recommendation engine which just requires your name to deliver personalized content. It crawls the web to find your online footprints and analyzes your likes and dislikes. Based on that it shows the topics, people, news, website articles and books you might like. You can give a thumbs up or down based on what you prefer and hence help it improve. Also quickly share content on various social sites.

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Additionally you can add sites and import RSS feeds using the corresponding OPML file. Registration is needed in order to save your settings. I personally found the content quite relevant to me.

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  • Personalized content delivery service.
  • Get content and news by entering your name.
  • Find the topics, people, websites and books you’d like.
  • Import OPML files and share content across social sites.
  • Give a thumbs up or down to each recommendation to improve the site.
  • Similar tools: LazyFeed and FanFeedr.

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  1. Tommy Miles
    September 16, 2009 at 9:54 am

    Wow, what a bust. I suppose if you have an uncommon name, this might work. As a 40 year old Socialist ex punk rocker vegan DBA in NYC, I was presented with topics covering evangelical Christianity and country music. When I ticked all these off, it just started presenting me with vague topics like "search engine", "Microsoft", "mp3", "New Zealand" and "Canada", which I was expected to rate according to my "interests". Do I have any specific interest in Canada or Google?

    I have a facebook, myspace, flickr, accounts on all the major web portals, a history of using the interwebz back to 1994, and have run dozens of mailing lists and websites. And this is the best they can do?

    Sorry, just doesn't work.