Los Angeles-based Lunch.com
, the online social media and networking site run by J.R. Johnson, told its users today that it has unveiled a new, personal RSS feed feature to the site. According to Lunch.com, the new feed can be added to blogs, personal sites, or elsewhere to help users promote their content. Lunch.com allows users to find and share recommendations on products and other topics with other users, and find others who share similar interests. Johnson was the founder of VirtualTourist, which he sold to Expedia in 2008. The new features follow the launch last month of "social badges" on the site, similar to Foursquare and other location-based checkin services.
posted on Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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