NOD - News On Demand. Deeper. Hey, Digg is launching something new today!
Well, not exactly “new.” It’s something we built a few years ago as News.me, only this new version is highly evolved, and better than ever. Behold: Digg Deeper. Today our journalistic startup got backed by The New York Times and Axel Springer — On Blendle. Less than six months ago we launched our journalism startup Blendle out of Utrecht in The Netherlands.
Today we are very excited to announce that we received $3,8 million in funding from The New York Times Company and German publishing powerhouse Axel Springer, to help our startup expand in Europe. At Blendle, we hate paywalls. They make us register at every newspaper or magazine we want to read. They make us pay monthly fees for entire websites, while there’s all kinds of stuff on there we don’t actually read. And we have to visit all kinds of different websites to discover the journalism from print newspapers and magazines we like.
Great journalism deserves a great reading experience. Nuzzel - News From Your Friends. Reverb App. Post Counterparties. Google Play Newsstand arrives on iOS to replace Currents. Google has finally unleashed its popular Newsstand content curation app on iOS devices.
The Flipboard-like application, which has been available on Android since last November, allows users to pull together news articles and blog posts from their favourite online portals and access them in a single app. The launch of Newsstand, complete with Google’s new Material Design paint job, replaces the existing Currents app, which has received little attention from the firm of late. The superbly designed new application allows users to browse 'Topics' such as News, Business, Entertainment, Sports, Entertainment, Highlights and Technology, in neat scrolling, card-based interface. Users will also be able to tap on publishers (Google says it has hundreds on board) in order to see a stream of content from that particular outlet, while tapping on a topic will take you to related stories.
You can check out the Android version of the app in the YouTube clip below. Read more: Best iPhone 6 apps. 5 Intriguing Things. 1.
What caffeine does for plants. "Caffeine evolved long before sleep-deprived humans became addicted to it, probably to defend the coffee plant against predators and for other benefits. For example, coffee leaves contain the highest levels of caffeine of any part of the plant, and when they fall on the soil they stop other plants from growing nearby.
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C’est le pari de Pressformore, un projet actuellement en quête de financements sur KissKissBankBank. Rencontre avec Pierre-Alexandre Klein, l’un des co-fondateurs de la plateforme. Peux-tu nous présenter Pressformore dans les grandes lignes ? C’est avant tout une plateforme web qui a pour but la rencontre entre lecteurs et producteurs d’infos (journalistes, blogueurs, etc.). Nous sommes convaincus que cette interaction augmentera la qualité des infos proposées, le lecteur pourra contribuer à construire l’investigation, apporter des sources supplémentaires aux journalistes et les soutenir financièrement. Réinventez le journalisme: Pressformore présenté par Pressformore.
Soyez lecteur-pionnier et aidez-nous à construire aujourd’hui le média de demain. Pressformore est un projet media voulant remettre le lecteur au centre de la création d’information. Home. News360: Your personalized news reader app. Vellum: A reading layer for your Twitter feed ← nytlabs. By Alexis Lloyd on Apr 25, 2014 In the course of our work, we make a lot of small experiments, often in code.
Sometimes we hit upon something that may not be a signal from the future, but is quite useful in the present. Newspeg. Inside.com: Breaking News Application. Longreads: The best long-form stories on the web. Umano. Terra Incognita. NewsCube.pdf. West Space Journal. How balanced is your news? Balancer analyses your web browsing to show you the political slant of your reading history.
Track180. The Accidental News Explorer - a news discovery app for iPhone. Newsmap. Reddit: the front page of the internet. Digg - What the Internet is talking about right now. News.me. The Tweeted Times - personal newspaper generated from your Twitter account.
L'Important : l'info par les réseaux sociaux. Trove: The best stories picked by people who share your interests. Newsvine. Read and curate essential news stories. Building a business news aggrefilter. This February 10, Les Echos launches its business news aggrefilter.
For the French business media group, this is a way to gain critical working knowledge of the semantic web. Here is how we did it. An why. The site is called Les Echos 360 and is separate from our flagship site LesEchos.fr, the digital version of the French business daily Les Echos. As the newly coined word aggrefilter indicates, it is an aggregation and filtering system. My idea to build an aggrefilter goes back to… 2007. A year ago, as the head of digital at Les Echos, I reopened the case and pitched the idea to a couple of French computer scientists specialized in text-mining — a field that had vastly improved since I first looked at it. I believe a great media brand bearing a large sets of positive attributes (reliability, scope, depth of coverage) needs to generate an editorial footprint that goes far beyond its own production.
Echos 360. Mediagazer. Techmeme. Memeorandum. Newstapes. Knight Talk: Marie-Catherine Beuth. Mobiles Republic. Orange : téléphones, forfaits, Internet, actualité, sport, video. World News. 2 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald Camilla's brother dies in US after head injury A June 24, 2010 photo showing Mark Shand, left, brother of The Duchess of Cornwall showing her an elephant sculpture titled Mr.
Cameron as she is escorted around the Elephant Parade exhibition at Chelsea Hospital Gardens. Trending on the Topix Network 6 hrs ago | 96-5 KISS FM Cleveland, OH Jihadists now control secretive U.S. base in Libya A key jihadist leader and longtime member of al Qaeda has taken control of a secretive training facility set up by U.S. special operations forces on the Libyan coastline to help hunt down Islamic militants, according to local media reports, Jihadist web forums, and U.S. officials. 9 hrs ago | WXOW-TV La Crosse. Youmag, votre revue de presse permanente de l’actualité. It's My News. News360: Your personalized news reader app. Reverb: Discover, Read, Share & Collect. Effortless, Personalized Discovery. Zite. Google currents / flux d'actu. Pulse. Feedly.
Brief me. Brief me, le Flipboard à la française. La start-up Webwag vient de lancer « Brief me », un nouveau lecteur de médias et de réseaux sociaux. L’application permet de récupérer les flux auxquels vous êtes abonné (Facebook, Twitter, Google Redear) afin de les mouliner pour les présenter sur une interface cohérente et unifiée. Une recherche Google permet à l’utilisateur d’ajouter instantanément n’importe quelle source. Build engaged audiences through publishing by curation. Flipboard. How do you build a new worldwide source of quality journalism from the bottom up? How do you cover all the angles of an ever more complicated, interconnected world, and not go broke in the process? How do you deliver global journalism that is actually global? Our starting point was to break down that invisible wall of language that shuts off much of the world's best news coverage. Untitled.