All the news that’s fit for you: The New York Times is experimenting with personalization to find new ways to expose readers to stories » Nieman Journalism Lab: „The Times has also considered ways of using geotargeting to decide which readers see specific stories. Que pointed to coverage of events like this summer’s solar eclipse, some of which was only relevant to users who were actually in the eclipse’s path. There are also some smaller, more granular tweaks in the works. Readers in the U.K., for example, could see stories with units of yards and Fahrenheit swapped out for kilometers and Celsius. The same goes for date formatting.“
Gibt es Berichte über andere Personalisierungen von Publishern? Seit 2005 muss sich ja etwas getan haben. Nur Power-User dürften sich selbst ihren News-Mix zusammenstellen (RIP MSNBC, hallo Feedly/Feedreader, Flipboard).