I am looking to save myself time, by creating a bot or automated scraper that summarises relevant news headlines and sends them to me via email with a link to the full article.
I am seeking a talented engineer to create a bot that:
- Can find relevant news for the Australian Stock Exchange and global financial markets from ~5 news sources
- Send this news to me in an automated email each morning before 7am
I have a direct example that that you can copy from.
The email format can largely remain the same and the publications that I am looking to scrape include:
- Australian Financial Review
- The Australian
- The Sydney Morning Herald
*** Please come back to me with examples of your relevant work and your most compeitive price. I would prefer to pay a fixed amount.
Below is an example of the email that I am looking to replicate, but for my own news sources.
Look forward to hearing from you!
Note: you can sign up here: http://paulbennetts.co/newsbot/
-- Sources: Apple's car team gets late 2017 deadline to prove feasibility of the self-driving system, amid hundreds of job cuts and strategy disagreements (link)
-- Y Combinator boss Sam Altman says he's not going to cut ties with Peter Thiel for supporting Donald Trump (link)
-- Google Flights will now tell you when fares are likely to increase and help you find cheaper tickets (link)
-- UK court rules that bulk personal data collection by GCHQ from 1998 to 2015 was illegal under ECHR, but collection is now compliant after 2015 government avowal (link)
-- Samsung announces Exynos 7 Dual 7270, a 14nm SoC with integrated LTE modem for wearables (link)
-- Three years after Tracy Chou asked “Where are the numbers?”, diversity reports are routine, but tech companies show modest gains (link)
-- Silicon Valley elites still overwhelmingly support Democrats; recent big contributors include Dustin Moskovitz, John Doerr, Sheryl Sandberg, and Reid Hoffman (link)
-- Lenovo Yoga Book review: great looks, very thin and light, long battery life, but not very powerful, keyboard is difficult to use, Android version not latest (link)
-- Ozlo virtual assistant exits private beta, launches on iOS and the web (link)
-- With 5M MAUs, streaming startup Pluto TV raises $30M at $140M valuation from ProSieben, Scripps Networks, others to expand to Europe, buys Berlin-based Quazer (link)
-- Cisco buys YC-backed meeting app Worklife for an undisclosed sum, plans to continue to provide it as a free standalone service (link)
-- German transport authority tells Tesla to stop using the term “Autopilot” in advertising (link)