Explore Independent Media extracts key terms from a piece of text or a web article and offers related stories from non-corporate sources. It is being developed as part of the Five Filters project to promote independent, non-corporate media.
Note: the bulk of this code was written in a very short space of time with the intention of getting a working system up and running very quickly (see our working diary to see how it was developed and some of the problems encountered). Since then it has been refined a little bit, but it is still very rough. The source code here is more for those who are curious about implementation details rather than those who want to download and run the code — that's possible too, but will probably require some hard work and lots of path modifications in the code.
For the installation we also used:
As noted above, the code in its current state is probably only useful for those curious about implementation details. We hope to work on a new web-based version with the ability to customise news sources to use for recommendations. In the meantime the instruction below are only for downloading the code.
Please find retweet of my Oct 19 observations on @Wikipedia editor Philip Cross' editing of the "Neal's Yard Remedies" page, something he has decided to do again today, ignoring ArbCom's warning against conflict of interest editing.@NeilClark66 @Wikimedia @wikimediauk @krmaher https://t.co/bA0JgAhrS0 pic.twitter.com/3KgyZmS97f— leftworks (@leftworks1) January 19, 2020
To understand the story below, and why the world's climate is falling apart, watch this documentary (or read the book of the same name by Joel Bakan). It's vital to understand how crazy the corporate system really is https://t.co/h7jUDdC0Sqhttps://t.co/CfL6ig15hN— Media Lens (@medialens) January 18, 2020
© 2020 FiveFilters.org