It may not be a groundbreaking notion, but its aim is true.
Inside searches out the original article rather than rewarding someone who rehashed someone else’s scoop and then slapped a clever, link-baiting headline on it (not to mention feel-good fluff and the now ubiquitous listicle).
"We want to reward people doing real journalism,” Calacanis said in an interview last week. “Every piece of content is going to be high-quality. We are not wasting your time.”
Inside has "dozens and dozens" of curators -- college-educated native English speakers who work part time from home and are paid hourly to scour the Web for the best news stories and to summarize more than 1,000 of them each day.
The mobile app lets you swipe through a personal feed based on your interests or top news stories or topics. You can also teach Inside what you are interested in by giving stories a thumbs-up or -down.