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  • 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.

    Open door

  • There are three kinds of bloggers: human newsbots is this an oxymoron?

    Observations of a New Blogger: Guy Kawasaki Style

  • 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.

    Pen-Elayne on the Web

  • The forum newsbots have raised the stakes in the personal rivalry with each other.

    GTP Forums at

  • Oh, that's gotta be embarrassing when their newsbots skip.

    Daily Kos

  • 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.

    Pen-Elayne on the Web

  • 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.

    Scripting News for 3/16/2007 « Scripting News Annex


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