Fwix: Must think big. Go Global!

Fwix, Review, News Aggregator

Do you know that there is a brand new news aggregator that can actually show you what is hot, what is cold and what is really going on in major cities in real time?

Get to know Fwix today folks. I have a feeling that Fwix one day will become big and famous.
Fwix shows you the most relevant and trendy information and media in your local area. We aggregate nearly 500,000 news stories per day. We deliver roughly 2,000 relevant news stories of those 500,000.

Source: Fwix Dot Com

Jason Kincaid from TechCrunch loves it and has little complaints about Fwix. I love it too and I think Fwix is really cool. The fact that Fwix updates their news feed every 15 minutes makes it a wonderful tool to monitor big events (stupid bigfoot press conferences, politics, natural disasters, earthquakes, UFOs, ghosts etc) in your respective city.

Fwix is really a new kid on the block; TechCrunch did mention that it was launched earlier today. So, please do not be surprised to see only 5 cities are under Fwix’s news coverage right now.
  1. San Francisco
  2. New York
  3. Los Angeles
  4. Chicago and
  5. Boston

Fwix has something great in their hands and I hope that they will think big and go global. Don’t just cover news and events in American cities. Extend the whole thing to the rest of the world!

Related Link:
  1. Fwix Gives Your City Its Own News Feed
Subscribe via RSS or Email:

Related Posts


Post a Comment

  • Commenters are encouraged to leave comments via OpenID but if you have problems in leaving one via OpenID, please refer to this excellent guide.
  • Comments that add tremendous value to the blog post will not only get approved but also will be personally tweeted (learn how!) by the blogger behind this blog, giving commenters the opportunity to get even more traffic and gain even more exposure to their sites or blogs.
  • Comments that have links in the bodies of comments will never be approved.
  • Preferably comments should be made in English but comments in other languages are also acceptable.