Google News Cloud: Automatic tagging of news stories

Fernando Serboncini has created Google News Cloud, which "fetches news from Google News, tries to find tags related to each news and presents a tag cloud of the daily news."

This is somewhat similar to NewsCloud, which does the same for Washington Post stories.

By Adrian Holovaty |  May 9, 2006; 2:27 PM ET  | Category:  Mashups
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you know why you don't have a lot of comments in this here blog? it's because your link in the drop-down menu on the front page of washingtonpost.com is broken. it's been broken for a long time know. whoever is doing the coding on your end does a poor job of QCing things...

Posted by: imgoph | May 12, 2006 11:41 PM

Also, check out a new site http://www.googl-r.com (Googl-r.com) for another variant of the Google News Tag Cloud. They seems to list by date and increase the title size by number of related news posts.

Posted by: web 2.0 man | August 13, 2006 07:24 PM

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