I've Created a New Algorithm That Will Automatically Post Top Articles to My Site From Mashable, TechCrunch and Gawker


An artist's rendering of my algorithm

After years of testing and research I have come up with a unique, new system that uses over 1,000 different signals and features in my wonderful new posting algorithm.

It’s an extremely complex technology and, while I can’t give away the entire system, I can say that it relies heavily on the collection of aluminium cans, a thousand monkeys and Google Reader.

Of course it seems the timing of my invention couldn’t have come at a worse time what with the “misunderstanding” between Google and Bing exploding all over the internet today. So I’ve decided to do some proactive PR to alleviate any confusion.

I’m quite sure that when my new algorithm is up and running and publishing articles from some of the top media sites on the web there will, undoubtedly, be the temptation to throw around nasty words like “stealing” or “plagiarism”. Sure, that would be the easy way out, to just start slinging mud at my invention without even considering the fact that I need to drive traffic to my site too.

Therefor, dear readers, I beseech you, let us not devolve into name calling and finger pointing. These are troubled times and we need to work on healing and moving forward. Besides, you really should be thanking me. Thanks to my amazing new algorithm you no longer have the need to wander aimlessly from popular site to popular site to read their top articles. You can just come here and read them all.

In conclusion, you’re welcome.

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