Paper.li, a personalised social newspaper project launched in March this year that turns a Twitter stream into a newspaper format, has today launched similar functionality with public Facebook posts.
In an announcement on the site’s blog, it explains how this will work:
Facebook currently supports only very basic keyword searches on public posts – so a paper based on the search ‘climate energy’ will find all posts containing both words – paper.li then extracts all links, videos and photos, analyzes them, ranks them and creates the paper in a similar fashion to Twitter papers.
Paper.li is also looking into other possibilities with Facebook, such as creating papers for individual users.
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