RSS feeds attract venture dollars | CNET News.com: "So many blogs, so little time--and now, so many entrepreneurs hoping to help you sort through them.
As the number of blogs, news services and other syndicated sources of online information balloons, a new crop of start-ups has emerged promising to improve the signal-to-noise ratio. And venture capitalists and veteran Internet investors Marc Andreessen and Ron Conway are right behind one of them.
Rojo, a San Francisco start-up in the blog aggregation business, 'is wrapping a communications capability around content consumption,' said Andreessen, Web browser pioneer, Rojo investor and Opsware chairman. 'And the killer app for the Internet is and always has been communication.'"
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