Nsyght releases new filters to manage your realtime streams

Nsyght is a startup we broke just before the Christmas vacation which focuses on making realtime streams manageable and is similar in scope to Friendfeed and Cliqset.

It currently integrates accounts from Twitter, Facebook, digg, Vimeo, Stumbleupon, Flickr, Delicious, and Last.fm – with other networks planned – and has now introduced a bunch of new features.

It now shows what topics are trending on both your twitter and facebook streams including videos. Discussions can be filtered, letting a user view their own discussions, or discussions based on a query. Discussion threading has been updated to allow for duplicate posts to Facebook and Twitter. A WordPress plugin is also coming. The content of a URL gets previewed so you won’t get “rickrolled”. And finally, feeds can also be sorted for audio.

The site now has over 1 million searchable videos, and 2 million searchable photos, and 20m news items. The startup has also raised $200,000 in Angel funding from a group of private Angel investors.

nsyght screencast from Geoffrey McCaleb on Vimeo.