Paper.li DIY Newspaper Make Your Own Online Newspaper

[10/11/11] 

Paper.li is a free tool that lets you create your own newspaper online with topics that interest you. Plenty of us have fantasized about playing the cutthroat publisher (Rupert Murdoch): out maneuvering trade unions, entertaining Prime Ministers, making billions and of course getting grilled by select committees in the House of Commons. Now’s your chance.

It’s presented slickly, is simple to use and is particularly useful for active social media followers. You simply enter key words from Facebook such as ‘Hong Kong’ as well as Twitter users you like and your favourite #tags. Paper.li then presents the top stories which are relevant to your preferences in a newspaper format - and it's a lot more palatable than a national phone hacking scandal.

It’s updated and delivered daily to your inbox and is available in several major languages including French, German and Japanese. Apart from key words you can also filter by themes such as Health or Business, and there’s even a section for ‘Adult’. If you’d like to keep abreast of all the happenings in the adult entertainment industry. So to speak. Finally, in case you get really keen, you can fiddle with all the content manually but that seems far too trivial for Rupert Murdoch.


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