My6Sense is a mobile app that reads your sources (RSS feeds and social streams) and ranks items based on your actions. The theory is that the more you use the app, the more it learns about your interests, and the better it gets at surfacing the “stuff you want.”
One challenge for me is that I do work on both my phone and computer, and My6Sense doesn’t have a desktop or web app. Thankfully, they recently added the ability to link to an Instapaper account.
This is great for mobile newsgatherers and reporters. Let My6Sense find important items, and then “save” those items that you plan to review, link to or just read on your computer.
I downloaded the app, and modified its settings to link it to my Instapaper account, and it is now this easy for me to save links from my phone to use on any computer …
Here is my stream of content on the My6Sense Android app.
I clicked on the News Leadership 3.0 item.
Then I pressed the menu button.
Pressing the “save” button stored the item for later reading and sent it to my Instapaper account.
When I went to Instapaper.com, that item was right there at the top of my list.
If you have an Android phone, you can use this QR code to download My6Sense from the Market.