Alltop, a new startup creation founded by Guy Kawasaki, just announced a simple landing page product for those looking for the top feeds for a number of different vertical categories. Taking inspiration from popurls which aggregates the top urls on the Web, Alltop offers pages filled with feeds on a various topics.
Alltop is an directory of feeds on a specific topic but unfortunately each category page does not offer an aggregated feed for all the items on the page.
ReadWriteWeb and TechCrunch reviewed Alltop with different perspectives. Mike Arrington pretty much thought Alltop was nothing to get excited about calling it "just a big pile of nothing." Richard McManus makes note of this and at least gives it a chance though he admits the ease these days to create an aggregated page of RSS feeds.
Personally, I think Alltop is perfect for users interested in not setting up their own personal feed reader or startup page but want to get a quick editorial view of news without having to configure the site at all as the list of feeds on each page are supposed to be the "top feeds" in a particular category and SOMEWHAT FRANK was listed on the Social Media page (thanks!). It is worth noting though that Alltop is up against some stiff competition as it probably bet falls in line with a number startpage products like myAOL, iGoogle, Netvibes, Pageflakes, MyYahoo and list goes on, that could be used to setup category based pages on to your liking.