New Look For Newstrust
September 28th, 2009

I am proud to be on the board of advisors of Newstrust, a non-profit effort to build a non-partisan/bi-partisan community of intelligent news consumers who keep journalists and news publications honest by rating and recommending news stories on a more sophisticated basis than a simple thumbs-up/thumbs-down. NewsTrust now features a new look, with new tools like a new toolbar, short review form, news comparisons and smart feeds. Newstrust created this new site with the help of its community to provide a better user experience for new visitors and experienced members alike. Read more about these new features on the Newstrust blog:

We’re particularly excited about our new ‘Smart Feeds’ service, which surfaces news stories recommended by some of the most insightful thinkers online – as well as our most trusted sources and social news sites. All day long, we collect Twitter news links from people like New York Times columnist Tom Friedman, NYU professor Jay Rosen or Wall Street Journal editor Alan Murray, and triangulate them with news feeds from aggregators like Digg and Real Clear Politics, as well as hundreds of trusted sources like Aljazeera, BBC, Huffington Post and NPR. See the results on our new site.

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