There's something a little different about the editor for The Guardian's new monthly US print edition: there isn't one. Set to launch Wednesday, #Open001 is being created using a proprietary algorithm rather than people (and we thought the media was dying!). The 5,000 paper run will be available for free at several advertising agencies. Articles are selected from the paper's online edition, based on how they performed on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Some of the stories set to be included in this month's edition include "Robots and sex: creepy or cool?" and "Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg: who are you calling bossy." Captivating, right?