A French teenager's entrepreneurial venture could change the way you consume your favorite information online.

With so much information to consume online, it is often hard, if not impossible, to read, watch, or listen to everything we'd like to. So we ‘like', ‘star' and bookmark things on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook, hoping we'll remember to check it out later.

Enter Faveous, an upcoming web service by 18-year-old French entrepreneur Arthur Monnet. Faveous aggregates all the items you've noted on Twitter, Google Reader, Youtube, Dailymotion and Facebook, so you can look at them all in one place. While Faveous is still in a closed beta stage, internet users who would like to know more about the service can get a sneak peek online tour here.

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