Now that you have your RSS feeds organized, how do you collect and digest the great information you find there? Try Mashpedia (link here) – a real-time tool that searches and collects feed information and displays it in an easy-to-read format. Start off with a search-engine looking box and enter your topic of interest. You will then be directed to a page with results, including definitions, videos, Tweets, and other items. You can also view clickable semantic links between the search results.
Show or hide individual streams or feeds. Customize individual articles. Static content and real time flow sit side by side, greatly increasing the depth of informtion on your given topic.
Mashpedia is another great application to aid the on-line researcher in staying up to date on a given subject.
Hat tip to ResearchBuzz and MakeUseOf.