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Regator Opens to the Public

After 9 months of development, Regator, the social blog aggregator slash feed reader opens to the public. We previously covered it’s private beta and updated you with changes and new features of the service.

Regator is not just unique because of its ability to serve a wide spectrum of users, it also has an unexpected method of selecting its content: human power. The thousands of blogs featured on Regator have been hand-selected and categorized by the editorial team for their quality writing, original content, frequent updates, and relevance. “We sort through the junk, so you don’t have to,” says editorial director and co-founder Kimberly Turner. Regator’s category structure, search options, and selectivity make it easy to find the things you need-and fun to discover things you never knew you wanted.

Check out the free service now.

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  1. […] back to you. With our awesome launch-day coverage on Mashable, ReadWriteWeb, Neatorama, TechCrunch, Orangeinks, inDecatur (a local blog), kissatlanta (full disclosure: kissatlanta’s editor, Preston Craig, […]

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