Thursday, January 5th, 2006

24 Eyes: Ajaxian RSS Dashboard

Category: Portal, Showcase

<>p>Kevin Rose of Digg.com said “man, recently we keep seeing more and more portals out as Ajax examples”.

Well, we have another one with 24 Eyes.

Special features of 24eyes.com include:

  • RSS Dashboard with at-a-glance news overview
  • Web 2.0 user interface with instant personalization
  • Multi-country services with local content
  • Preconfigured content with 200+ catalogs
  • Social network services and dashboard sharing

24 Eyes

Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:24 pm
7 Comments

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3.4 rating from 21 votes

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MY EYES!

I nominate 24eyes as the ugliest ajax site evar.

Comment by David Davis — January 5, 2006

I like the idea, but gah the execution – the menus don’t work for me in OSX Firefox, adding custom feeds is a pain in the neck, and the feed presentation is really not good.

There’s also no OPML

This isn’t much of a showcase for Ajax

Comment by Alex Bosworth — January 5, 2006

It doesn’t work on Safari… And there is a lot of bugs on Firefox & Camino. I agree it’s really ugly

Comment by Denis — January 5, 2006

Really like 24eyes. Well conceived. Well executed.
I hope they keep it free.
PS. OPML is supported

Comment by Jack Bernard — January 5, 2006

No, you’re wrong. It’s an “*Ajax* RSS Dashboard”. I’m getting sick of you branding your name on everything Ajax-related. The technology is not called “Ajaxian”, stop trying to make it so!

Comment by Logan Kriete — January 5, 2006

24 Eyes is ugly.

Comment by kourge — January 6, 2006

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