[ATTACH=right]17464[/ATTACH]The cool thing about the TechCrunch Disrupt conference is that the biggest names in technology come to mingle with some actual garage operations on a somewhat level playing field. One of the simplest but also brilliant micro-startups there this year was [URL="http://storify.com/"]Storify[/URL], founded by a former AP Bureau chief, it's another possible way to save the ailing journalism industry. But even if it doesn't save the world, it's still a pretty powerful little tool for anyone who publishes anything on the web, which is almost everyone these days. Storify is in private beta right now, but we got access to …

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[ATTACH=right]17425[/ATTACH]Swedish start-up [URL="http://saplo.com"]Saplo[/URL] wants to put the entire online world into context to help slice through the deluge of irrelevant information - and they're trying to do it by shifting from syntax-based search to algorithms based on high-profile academic research that understand the semantics underlying all that overwhelming amount of text on the Internet. Saplo's latest effort to that end is [URL="http://stream.saplo.com"]Saplo Stream[/URL], which went live in an alpha phase Tuesday afternoon, right in the middle of [URL="http://disrupt.techcrunch.com"]TechCrunch Disrupt[/URL] in San Francisco. Saplo Stream's aim is to deliver only the most relevant news headlines and blog posts to users, weeding …

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