Outside of the niches anyone looking for general links and interesting news there are a number of options…
These sites are powered by their users, who submit and rate articles which may or may not be featured on the sites homepage.
Digg is branching out from its technology focus to provide links to interesting articles, news, images, and videos.
Although Reddit can have a bit of a political slant, there is plenty of news whatever your interests. The recent push to create your own Reddits is making sure you’re covered not matter what your interest.
Yahoo! has always been a popular web destination, but now Yahoo! is letting you decide what is newsworthy.
Sourcing news from more established sources, Newsvine allows users to vote on stories that get promoted.
These sites use RSS and other mechanical ways of collecting information from other sites to give users and easy and convenient way to read the latest news.
Inpsired by the hugely popular PopUrls, All Top does exactly what PopUrls does but for just about every topic and category you can imagine, and that number of topics continues to grow.
Social Media Pop
Okay you got me, this is another one of mine. Social Media Pop aggregates links from social media sites, and presents the more popular stories for your to view.
Drew Curtis filters the web to give you latest cool news, if you want a real over load, consider subscribing to TotalFark.
Brought to you from the team behind the popular PopCrunch and associated websites, Thrive Core hunts down all the latest interesting links.
You’ll need a large browsers, for more news than you can handle.