Requirements for my ideal feed reader

August 3rd, 2010
  1. I can consume my feeds in a single blended stream or separated by source (à la Feedly).
  2. It syncs with Google Reader.
  3. It incorporates URLs that were tweeted by members of defined twitter lists.
  4. It allows me to assign a priority score each source (Google feed reader subscriptions or individual twitterers)
  5. Items are ranked reverse chronologically or by a popularity metric that incorporates (A) how many times my sources reference that item (links, retweets), and (B) the priority score of the source.
  6. I am provided the experience via the Web, iPhone, and iPad.
  7. I can syndicate my favorite items publicly (à la Pulse).

Anything close to this already exist?

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DRAFT #1: The iPad illuminates the depths of the Web

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Net Maniak: a simple game of innovating and thinking

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