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GitHub - grafana/loki: Like Prometheus, but for logs.
"Loki is a horizontally-scalable, highly-available, multi-tenant log aggregation system inspired by Prometheus. It is designed to be very cost effective and easy to operate, as it does not index the contents of the logs, but rather a set of labels for each log stream."
logs  aggregation  search  kibana  fluentd  visualization 
yesterday by devin
Aggregators and Jobs-to-be-Done – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
In short, the “user experience” that propels Aggregators is how well they do the “job” customers need in the space in which they compete. Or, to put it another way, if you want to know where in a value chain an Aggregator is likely to form, figure out what and where the “job” is. By doing more of a job, an Aggregator attracts more marginal users, which attract more suppliers on the edges of a space, which expands what jobs can be done for what users. In concrete terms, Amazon started by selling things to book buyers, then expanded to selling things to CD buyers, until it now sells everything to everyone; the job-to-be-done, though, was only ever selling things.
aggregation  uber  stratechery 
9 days ago by elrob
5 open source RSS feed readers |
I'm back in the market for an RSS feed reader. These are some decent contenders, mostly for some OSINT, DevSec, Infosoc and other such like blogs and podcasts.
rss  feed_reader  aggregation 
9 weeks ago by aiefel
Journalism Reconfigured: Assessing human–machine relations and the autonomous power of automation in news production: Journalism Studies: Vol 0, No 0
Newsrooms are increasingly using automated technologies to manage the data deluge in this era of “big data” – tasks traditionally performed by human journalists are being taken over by machines, including the aggregation, prioritization, and writing of news. As machines become smarter and more capable of self-learning and self-judgment, an investigation into how the social dynamics, and in turn, the power dynamics, of news production is warranted. This study uncovers the changing role of newsworkers vis-à-vis the machines through the stages of newsmaking and assesses the extent to which the machine is capable of augmenting and exerting power on the news production process. Guided by the actor-network theory, this study employs in-depth interviews with news editors managing teams of journalists to deconstruct their understanding of “automation” and journalism practice in the age of automation. Results reveal the transformative role of machines particularly in the news gathering and news distribution stages, and increasingly in the news writing stage. Newsworkers, however, maintain that they still hold the reins in all stages of the news production process, especially in the news selection and editing phases, suggesting their desire to protect their roles as the final arbiters of meaning.
Research  automation  aggregation 
11 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
RSSHub is a lightweight and extensible RSS feed aggregator, it's able to generate feeds from pretty much everything
aggregation  aggregator  rss 
august 2018 by johnjohnston
Dashboard - Build Integrations 10x-100x Faster
Uh, is this some sort of web API aggregator gateway with GraphQL translation?
webAPI  translation  aggregation  GraphQL  service  dashboard  integration  API 
august 2018 by asteroza

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