Following on the success of websites like Del.icio.us, Digg, Reddit, and Stumbleupon; a Seattle-based company has purchased the UtterCrap portal and turned it into a webpage submission engine.
"Other sites allow readers to flag articles they like," said an UtterCrap spokesman, "but we want to offer them the chance to mark bad ones too. Some articles, while getting good search engine placement, are utter crap, worthless, and they waste users' time surfing them."
"When our results are integrated into popular search engine algorithms, their results will be far more relevant. We will also offer the option of submitting articles readers like."