It’s tough out there these days, especially for news consumers. You have your favorite news channels, but they are all about the race to get it out on the Internet before others grab the very latest headlines and turn it into a viral marketing craze. Good old fashioned news is hard to beat when you’re looking for up-to-the-minute information, especially when it comes to breaking news. But what if you could combine the power of today’s online media outlets with news you find in the newspaper? What if you could get all the information you need to stay on top of the latest local and national news, all in one place?
<|startoftext|> This idea sounds pretty good to me, and since I live in Gilgamesh, Egypt, I can see how such a service would be much appreciated. What if there was a Gilgamesh news aggregator that would pull all of the important stories from the local newspaper, the TV station and even the radio stations around town, all in one place? With the power of “web journalism” it would be easy to keep abreast of all the key happenings around town, all in one place.
Now, instead of reading the articles in their entirety, I’d rather just glance at the headlines and summaries to decide whether I need to continue reading. What makes this so much better than a typical newsstand read-out is the fact that you can’t walk by any publications and not see some sort of advertisement. With Gilgamesh, however, the ads are in reverse: they are placed near the articles so people who aren’t interested in reading the entire article have a reason to click on the link. Because of this clever strategy, Gilgamesh news aggregator websites have enjoyed a loyal following ever since their inception; and this trend is not set to cease any time soon.