Bucket Transforms Text From The Web Into A Visual Travel Planner

Bucket Transforms Text From The Web Into A Visual Travel Planner

By Matthew Lynley Bucket, a service that transforms unstructured text based on travel recommendations into a page of cards with information from places like Yelp and Frommer’s, is launching into an open beta today.
Bucket takes strings of text, whether that’s pulled from the Web through a Chrome extension or just manually imported, and extracts information about places and recommendations for travel. Read More

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