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MySpace.com has launched a beta of a news site it hopes will bring more advertising revenue to the popular social networking site.
MySpace News is a hybrid between standard news-aggregation sites, such as Google News, and a news-rating site such as Digg Inc. Like Google and other news sites from portals such as Yahoo Inc. and AOL LLC, MySpace News brings in content from a variety of news outlets. But the site also has a Digg-like feature that lets MySpace users rate stories they see on the site, and share stories with other site users.
MySpace Launches Beta of News Aggregation Site [pcworld.com]
One complaint I have about Digg is that the categories are kind of awkward. MySpace would bring less of a techie perspective, I assume, and might have better organization.
Where are the people using link grammar and natural language processing to develop the artificial intelligence necessary for the production of a truly Semantic Web?
Am I the only person alive working on this crap? Because I occasionally get the feeling that I am.
No, I know... that's just wishful thinking.