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Bursting the Facebook bubble: we asked voters on the left and right to swap feeds
To test the effects of political polarization on Facebook we asked ten US voters – five conservative and five liberal – to agree to take a scroll on the other side during the final month of the campaign.
filterbubble  bias  news  election  politics 
november 2016 by iankennedy
64 Ways To Think About a News Homepage
forget everything you know about info design and suggest new types of homepage designs.
design  news  media 
february 2015 by iankennedy
The Year We Broke the Internet - Esquire
"Watching the social media shares multiply exponentially on something I posted triggers the pleasure center of the brain like a stiff rip of cocaine." The incentives are all wrong.
internet  media  news  viral  from delicious
december 2013 by iankennedy
There’s no such thing as an objective filter: Why designing algorithms that tell us the news is hard » Nieman Journalism Lab
@jonathanstray: nice summary of the problem (no objective filters) http://t.co/VPF22CPg would love to see evaluation of current solutions.
fliter  news  publishing 
june 2012 by iankennedy
Guardian API Maps - Home
Crowdsourcing geo-tagging of Guardian news. A Stamen Design project.
api  maps  flickr  media  mapping  news  stamen 
march 2009 by iankennedy
The 12-Step Program For News Addicts
12 best sources for the latest news.
may 2007 by iankennedy
NewsNow: LiveFeed
Headlines from 28,912 news sources, updated every 5 minutes. No RSS but who wants that firehose anyway!
may 2007 by iankennedy
Your Guide to Personalized News Sites
Mark Glaser, Journalist at PBS reviews myyahoo, netvibes, topix, and others
news  personalization  rss  review 
march 2006 by iankennedy

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