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Not only is there a pledge that visitors can avow to, but Allsides will be expanding their mismatch.org communication tools for students to be available for the general public. In the meantime, they have links to similar projects and sites on their "Conversation" page. See More
While they have now clarified on the FAQ page the reasons behind this bias, and state their desire to expand and include other regions, there currently aren't any "international editions" of Allsides. See More
This site has quickly become my primary news portal, even though there are a few indie news sites I still like for their commitment to in-depth investigative journalism. If I only have a couple minutes to scan headlines, maybe speed-read an article or two, this is where I go. I'm intrigued by the links on the Conversation tab, but have a bit of social anxiety. I'm also not a big fan of interacting with folks who are more focused on 'winning' a debate than building mutual understanding through discussion, so tend to avoid talking politics all together. Please leave a comment if you have a similar perspective but still had a good experience with one of the linked sites. See More
Allsides strives to expose bias in ourselves and the media sources we choose. Their primary goal is to reduce the effects of "filter bubbles" that divide and isolate us. They advocate a "balanced media diet" so we can develop broader understanding and civil discourse about all sorts of things, but most especially current events and the political process. For now, I use this news aggregator portal more on my laptop than on my phone, not because the site isn't dynamically optimized for mobile browsers (it is), but because I'm just not a big fan of in-depth reading on my small-ish phone. So even though there's a mobile app, I haven't tried it. I don't see much added value to reading news via a dedicated app instead of just going to news portals & aggregator sites via the Firefox browser app. See More
The AllSides for Schools project has not just lesson plans, but also communication tools, activities to get students conversing and engaged with a topic, and more to help students become well-rounded participants in the political process, regardless of their individual political philosophy. See More
In partnership with redbluedictionary.org , Allsides invites visitors to examine how their personal definitions of certain phrases and words might be out of step with how others tend to use the terms, thus leading to misunderstanding and conflict. See More
With a prominent link in the top menu bar, they clarify the distinction between their commitment to link to stories from across the political spectrum, and their editorial choice to "amplify" perspectives that don't get as much mainstream media coverage so that readers can see a broader range of voices. See More
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The great news aggregator with the number of subscribed feeds increasing, the training feature allows you to stay focused on the articles that interest you the most. Base your choice not only on the newspaper, but also on automatically added tags included in the article. See More
i use it for following the news about crypto currency. I find the latest opinions, compare them and get my own point of view. It does help me a lot. See More
I had a great experience with TheWorldwidePost.com, it is simple, nice, clean, easy to use, what else do you need from the perfect news aggregator?! See More