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Maher should be a category!

Originally uploaded by gregor.r.
Yes, he did it again. He lazed around, clicked here and there and produced ANOTHER bubble application. After introducing NewzBubbles, he now introduces GroupBubbles!

The application allows people to create and manage groups of blogs and generate bubbles for that group. The application could be anything from people wanting aggregate a bunch of blogs about a conference to a bunch of buddies wanting to aggregate their feeds.
It is quick, it is easy, it is effective, it looks funky, most important: it WORKS! I made my own GroupBubble within a few seconds!

I have only worked with it a couple of minutes now, so I will give an update on how it has been working for me and how it has changed my way of using an RSS feed for my friends blogs.