Mashup: SemanticSearcher.com

SemanticSearcher.com
Speed reading for news. This site takes popular news feeds and extracts key terms. They are listed in order of popularity within the last 24 hours.
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wuzziwug

Wow, that's really similar to what I did with that API.

Some tips-- there are a couple terms that the ClearForest API grabs that are non news-relevant, like "printable," "email," etc.

I removed those during processing for my app.

Great job though, I was working on the picture scaling too, and I like how you arranged them.

francisshanahan

Nice implementation. I'd thought of doing something similar but figured someone else would do a better job. I was right. Here's my experiment with ClearForest.

http://francisshanahan.com/sixdegrees

Good luck in the contest. Looking forward to the results.

-fs

This site has been changed. It is no longer a Google News and Clear Forest mashup, it’s now a Google Base mashup. The site provides faceted navigation of all items in Google Base. It also supports the Google base query language. Totally Cool!!!

FYI: I added a "related searches" at the bottom of item details pages. This way you can see other searches that would find the item you are viewing.

Also, the screen shot of this website it old... may want to update that.

thisisjeffwong

This seems to not be about news anymore. Also, it is hard to distinguish search results from Google Ads.

wuzziwug

Wow, that's really similar to what I did with that API.

Some tips-- there are a couple terms that the ClearForest API grabs that are non news-relevant, like "printable," "email," etc.

I removed those during processing for my app.

Great job though, I was working on the picture scaling too, and I like how you arranged them.

francisshanahan

Nice implementation. I'd thought of doing something similar but figured someone else would do a better job. I was right. Here's my experiment with ClearForest.

http://francisshanahan.com/sixdegrees

Good luck in the contest. Looking forward to the results.

-fs

This site has been changed. It is no longer a Google News and Clear Forest mashup, it’s now a Google Base mashup. The site provides faceted navigation of all items in Google Base. It also supports the Google base query language. Totally Cool!!!

FYI: I added a "related searches" at the bottom of item details pages. This way you can see other searches that would find the item you are viewing.

Also, the screen shot of this website it old... may want to update that.

thisisjeffwong

This seems to not be about news anymore. Also, it is hard to distinguish search results from Google Ads.

wuzziwug

Wow, that's really similar to what I did with that API.

Some tips-- there are a couple terms that the ClearForest API grabs that are non news-relevant, like "printable," "email," etc.

I removed those during processing for my app.

Great job though, I was working on the picture scaling too, and I like how you arranged them.

francisshanahan

Nice implementation. I'd thought of doing something similar but figured someone else would do a better job. I was right. Here's my experiment with ClearForest.

http://francisshanahan.com/sixdegrees

Good luck in the contest. Looking forward to the results.

-fs

This site has been changed. It is no longer a Google News and Clear Forest mashup, it’s now a Google Base mashup. The site provides faceted navigation of all items in Google Base. It also supports the Google base query language. Totally Cool!!!

FYI: I added a "related searches" at the bottom of item details pages. This way you can see other searches that would find the item you are viewing.

Also, the screen shot of this website it old... may want to update that.

thisisjeffwong

This seems to not be about news anymore. Also, it is hard to distinguish search results from Google Ads.

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