If it seems like there are too many news stories and viral articles floating around the web each day, free service Summify will send you the five most important ones every day, based on your Google Reader, Twitter and/or Facebook feeds.Summify goes through your daily feeds and picks out the articles most likely to interest you. By default, it will send you five articles per day, so you can keep up with only the really important things, though you can also set it to send you your email digest more or less often if you prefer. It isn't perfect — I've definitely had one or two stories come in that I didn't care too much about, and one that I would have liked to read, but overall it actually does a pretty good job of deciding what's important, as long as your feeds aren't too all over the place. Check out the video above for more info, or hit the link below to try it out.
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