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Structured personalization has been a common feature among social networks these days, although this wasn’t always the case.
Sidenote: if you want me to try something I apparently respond better to an invite or email with a website link than I do if you just casually mention something to me.
If you haven’t kept up with the cross-platform app, Pearltrees, now’s the time.
What I played this week includes a mix of apps for both work and play, and warn you this will be a lengthy column, as also have a bit of game news to share at the end.
I love Diigo, but it requires exceptional management of tags and doesnt let me forward bookmarks to it for free. Pearltrees is for the visual person who doesn't want to look at the purses and recipes on Pinterest. Pearltrees allows the user to make branches also called pearltrees for any topic they like.
Love that quote : "Pearltrees is for the visual person who doesn't want to look at the purses and recipes on Pinterest." by Jun 21
Over the past month I’ve been playing around with Pearltrees, an exciting, fresh platform for bookmarking websites.
This article is cross posted at the Technology & Learning Advisor blog. If you have not checked out Pearltrees then you owe it to yourself to give it a try.
A free (ad-free) iPad app called Pearltrees is the key to creating a filing system for things you find anywhere on the Internet. Pearltrees and Pinterest actually have a lot in common. They both help users organize the Web, letting each user choose what to organize and how to do it.
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Don't lock yourself into one platform.
Welcome to pearltrees – a site that gives you the tools to cultivate your interests online!
While preparing the bibliography on energy security foresight , I was wondering if it would be useful to also apply a visually appealing approach to bibliographies, which would then be conceptualized as a product. As usual, there is no simple answer to this question, and if the classical bibliography will most probably have to be kept for a while, Pearltrees also appears as a perfect bibliographic tool.
I like tools that lend to collaboration.
Over the years I've written about a lot of social bookmarking services and mind-mapping services (I even co-authored a chapter of a book
The Web has gotten so big and so social that regular bookmarking has become practically useless. We needed a better way to find and organize the content that meets our interests. Sites like Delicious and StumbleUpon are helpful at suggesting interesting items, but less so in the curation and sharing of one’s own Web collection.
At the beginning...
Traveling geeks !!!!
Pearltrees & Leweb
Scoble's post and the content farm debate also helped transform it into a buzzword. by Jul 15
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