Guzzle's new backend, Nibble, has been rewritten from scratch. Nibble receives PubSubHubbub notifications and every story is automatically processed with Reuters Calais technology, adding rich semantic encoding information. There's also a new user interface, categories and archives and a magazine-like "extended view."
To set up a Guzzle page you search terms and the service searches down rich content, tearing out spam by the roots and never even stopping to say its sorry.
"Guzzle constantly monitors hundreds of feeds. Each new article is carefully inspected, analysed. The language it has been written in is detected, and important keywords, places, companies and people's name are extracted and indexed."
If you're like me, you looked at a thing called Guzzle by an outfit called Lemonchik from a place like Paris and you expected cocktails. A sidecar, perhaps, in a space-age bachelor pad set in an alley off the place de la Bastille.
Well, who said life was fair?