UKPlurk is a computer-generated news site that aggregates headlines from United Kingdom news sources, groups similar news together and displays them to readers. Currently, we have five channels: Business, Sci/Tech, Entertainment, Sports and Health. Use this site to get a summary view of the top headlines and search results from the top newspapers and online news sites. Enjoy it and have fun!
Most of the sources are newspapers, but I also link to social news sites like Digg, Google News, and Yahoo! Buzz to show popular news items submitted by their respective users. The Onion and Fark, two news sites focusing on humor are included as well. Sources are sorted by popularity (online news sites) and circulation (newspapers).
The search box grabs results from the top news sites, aggregation sites, blogging sites, video sites, photo sites, and search engines. In other words, it searches sites like CNN, NY Times, Digg, Google News, Twitter, Technorati, YouTube, Hulu, Google Images, Flickr, Yahoo, Bing, Wikipedia, and many more, all at once. Now, you can instantly get the latest news and buzz on any news topic.
How To Use UKPlurk
Be sure to bookmark our five news channels which are listed below.
We offer news updates daily via email. This service is provided by using FeedBurner's email subscription function. Everyday, you will receive a email notice about today's headlines.
Subscribe to UKPlurk RSS feeds to get headlines, articles, commentary and more.
Do you have a Twitter account? Twitter is a huge microblogging site that allows us to leave quick messages to our followers. UKPlurk is on Twitter so if you use it why not follow us? More microblogging services will be add in the near future.
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