Chatroulette For News: The Random New York Times App

Chatroulette For News: The Random New York Times App
Innovation

The spontaneous type of connections sparked recently by Chatroullete continue to influence networks as varied as the daily news.

Daniel Edmundson
  • 31 march 2010

The spontaneous rash of random connections sparked recently by Chatroullete continue to influence networks as varied as the daily news. During a recent presentation on the future of news media in London, the idea of “a Chatroullette for news” was jokingly mentioned by Chris Thorpe of The Guardian’s Open Content API project.

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