Google open-sourced 'Living Stories' code

In Dec 2009, Google launched the “Living Stories,” a new format for covering news on the web, as proof-of-concept test on Google Labs. Google have now, “open-sourced the code so all developers can build their own Living Story pages. Here's the open-source documentation for technical details; read Google News Help Forum to ask and answer […]

In Dec 2009, Google launched the “Living Stories,” a new format for covering news on the web, as proof-of-concept test on Google Labs. Google have now, “open-sourced the code so all developers can build their own Living Story pages. Here's the open-source documentation for technical details; read Google News Help Forum to ask and answer general support questions. Now that we're shifting into this public phase of the experiment, the Times and the Post are going to wind down their work on version hosted on Google Labs. In coming months we're going to look into creating software tools that make Living Stories even easier to use for news organizations,” Google Open Source blog.

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