from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of newsbot.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In my view, asking journalists to pretend to be objective, opinionless newsbots is both deceiving and insulting to the reader.
There are three kinds of bloggers: human newsbots is this an oxymoron?
Be patient with the union's page, it takes awhile to load as one might imagine which probably means lots of people are Googling them instead of the management-owned newsbots to find out what's really been going on, which makes me very happy.
The forum newsbots have raised the stakes in the personal rivalry with each other.
Oh, that's gotta be embarrassing when their newsbots skip.
I may agree with it, but I have as little patience for it as I do for the newsbots Teresa mentions who use the word "looting" for black people and "finding" for white folks, or the hallucinatory religious wackos Amanda discusses who interpret a satellite photo as looking like a fetus and thus, since Louisiana like every other state in the union has abortion clinics it's a sign from God that, I dunno, I lost interest after that.
I wonder if any programmers at the WSJ are experimenting with newsbots for Twitter (see above) or if they’re just burying their heads in the sand.