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How the Personalisation of News Will Save Journalism (if it doesn't kill it first) — NevaLabs
Our objective at NevaLabs is to build solutions for journalists and publishers willing to invest in their relationship with the empowered individual. As we set out to create a new model of purposeful personalisation, we’re keeping a set of broad principles firmly fixed in our minds:
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18 days ago by paulbradshaw
Former Chartbeat CEO Tony Haile wants to save the media industry by blocking ads - Recode
Past attempts to offer ad-blocking experiences — the ones that publishers have signed on for, anyway — have all failed, Haile said, because they added “friction” for the consumer, rather than taking it away.

“Many of the corpses in the graveyard I have to wade through on a daily basis, that have attempted this thing, have come at this by saying, ‘I’m going to create this amazing app,’” he said. “‘It’s going to be a beautiful app. And all you have to do to use it is change everything about how you discover content.’”
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18 days ago by paulbradshaw
Ship by Product Hunt
so this is like mainly a startup-y SaaS serivce. landing page thingy, form for email grabbing, a/b testing, analytics, integrations with other services. not really worth it to pay $566 for 12 months up front, no less, right? .... Saadhh S, [May 28, 2018, 9:26:14 PM]: but the good parts are for Vidtelligence or any other thing we have, it lets you launch on product hunt higher up, some subscriber insights but most of all $5K in AWS CREDITS ... If I bring back DO to AWS, and my S3/Glacier personal stuff, I'd break even in under 4 months.
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20 days ago by skinnymuch
Toronto van attack - BBC News
Topic pages make our life as digital journalists easier - add a tag and all the content on that subject is aggregated for our audience (and us) in one place. A good example this week is the Toronto van attack - the stream is a packed with coverage, from eyewitness testimony and explainers on the gunman, to his possible motives and moving victim tributes.

So far, we’ve seen that topic pages can be great for SEO and engagement. A one-stop-shop of content on a particular theme is prized by search engines - so, for example, if you Google England local elections 2018 our topic page comes out top. We also know that when a user’s journey includes a topic page they read at least twice as many stories.

Topic pages give our audience thousands of ‘indexes’ on very varied topics - from #MeToo campaign and gender pay gap, to Whatsapp and body image. There’s something for everyone. This is great for the underserved audience who might be interested in diet & nutrition or fitness or cancer but won’t necessarily go to the Health index to find what they’re looking for.

Do suggest topic ideas by messaging TaggingQueries@BBC.co.uk - we’re particularly keen to expand what we have for young people and women.
tagging  tags  bbc  seo  topics  aggregation 
6 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
Wiggle Hunt
Search new and used modular gear from synthesizer shops around the world. Love the stripped down minimal design of this site.
store  synth  audio  design  minimal  inspiration  aggregation 
8 weeks ago by eugenexxv
RSS is undead | Hacker News
Discusses the second coming of RSS (or open feeds generally).
rss  aggregation  diy 
10 weeks ago by mjlassila
This Professor Has Documented 2,000 Soda Machines in Video Games - Waypoint
In 2016, Marshall University professor Jason Morrissette was playing Batman: Arkham Knight. While sneaking around the shadows, Morrissette stumbled upon a soda machine. Like many games, Akrham Knight doesn’t feature any real-life soda products; that’d cost money.
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march 2018 by therourke
Creating Passionate Users: The myth of "keeping up"
Good advice about how to guard your attention and keeping your reading and research backlog tractable.

Do you have a stack of books, journals, manuals, articles, API docs, and blog printouts that you think you'll get to? That you think you need to read? Now, based on past experience, what are the odds you'll get to all of it? Half of it? Any of it?

I try to make this point to people trying to teach things to newbies today. You can’t fit it all in your head anymore. You could when *you* were learning it, but not now.

I remember when Java 1.02 came out (the first public release), and it had 200 classes. You could fit the entire class library in the same space as Miss January (magazine centerfold). But then 1.1 came out and the API more than doubled, to 500 classes. It no longer fit on a centerfold, but you could get it on a wall poster. With 200 classes, you really could master the entire API. With 500, it took some effort, but you could at least be familiar with just about everything, given enough time. But then... by Java 1.4, the library had swelled to 2300 classes. And today? It's something like 3500 classes just in the Standard Edition (not including the mobile and enterprise extensions). You could wallpaper an entire room with the class library.
productivity  information  learning  programming  reading  aggregation  career  attention 
february 2018 by jefframnani

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