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  • Google’s news aggregation service allows you to search and browse 4,500 news sources updated continuously. You can optionally register (free) to receive email alerts for articles containing your favorite search key words.

  • Google’s reader service allows you to have a personalized aggregation of news feeds. You can search Google’s catalog of news feeds to find good news sources and select them for your reader. Although the service is free, you must register and login. Each time you login, you will see an aggregation of recent news from your personal selection of news sources.

  • News Central provides links to more than 3500 international an local online newspapers.

  • This site contains links most of the great newspapers.

  • World news.

  • International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Sometimes it’s good to get a non-U.S. perspective on a story.

  • ZDNet delivers the technology news, and resources for IT hardware, software, networking and services.

  • Tired of negative news? Read tons of positive news here.

  • Get an email notice daily with good news and good quotes. An email subscription is required.

  • Don’t you wish that somebody would read all the news for you and just highlight the important articles? That’s what Digg is about. Everything is submitted and voted on by the digg community. Share, discover, bookmark, and promote stuff that’s important to you. Beware though, this site can also be full of pop “news”, things like American Idol. However, sticking to the business and world news category as provided with this link should help to weed out the noise and find important news quickly.​

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