Twitter’s Discover tab is a dream that never quite came true. Designed to help tweets break free from the tyranny of chronology, the Discover tab promises to bring you news of the day from the people you follow, the people those people follow, and other major events from the day. But Discover suffers from the same chaos that the main timeline has — it’s one more stream with no discernible order or organization. If you were away from Twitter for a day, browsing it could give you an impressionistic view of what you missed. But it seems like there should be a better way. For more than a year now, Jonathan Abrams has been trying to build one. Abrams, who is best known as the creator of the early hit social network Friendster, is the developer behind Nuzzel, a daily recap of your social media feeds that brings an element of the RSS reader to Twitter and Facebook.