This is the solution, EventBox packs all of those online services into a sleek and simple box and - as the name suggests - the box is called event box.
No matter how useful an application is, users will first value an application by seeing its GUI. Without hesitation, I can say that EventBox has the most sleek and appealing light GUI I've ever encountered.
The first service is the interfacing to Digg. With EventBox, you can easily personalize your page - by hiding certain sections that you don't like - and read through all Digg stories as easy as reading your RSS.
Talking about RSS, EventBox also connects you to the world of RSS. With RSS being merged into EventBox, you can adjust the length of RSS Preview and make it noticable when new RSS Feed coming, either by bouncing the icon on the Dock, by triggering Growl notification or by echoing customizable sound.
Not only for RSS Feeds, but Twitter mini-feeds are also integrated into EventBox. Joining Twitterific world gets easier by using EventBox; You can easily skim through tweets and reply with other tweets.
And even more, we also have big social networking site Facebook and huge photo collection community site Flickr integrated into EventBox.
I highly recommend you to grab a copy of EventBox, this is such an essential application for your Mac, to save your time rumbling around your social network.
Anyway, I still got 451 Events need to be handled. See you guys and have a nice day!
P.S. EventBox is in public beta right now, go grab yourself a copy.
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