Thursday, August 18, 2011
a blueprint of a newspaper
there now is an experimental "BluePrintReview newspaper"
the newspaper is created automatically, based on suggested keywords for twitter and facebook: 100daysproject, books, read. also, there's no preview, so it's basically trial and error: experiment with settings, see what the paperli-generator then generates.
i have no clue where all the japanese entries in the lower half of this edition are coming from. but love the look of the "headlines" page. i now switched settings to "english" only. and switched the keyword "today" to "art". am curious now for the next edition.
PS: the "Headlines" page has all articles/categories listed, no real need to browse the single category pages.
update: i just checked their "about" - paper.li is based in Switzerland. their mission: "We believe that people (and not machines) are the ones qualified to curate the content that matters most. We also think that these same people can greatly help their own communities to find their way through this “massive content world” we live in. We’re here to help!"