Info relatives a Pearltrees
So new, people still aren't quiet sure how to use it, but that's not a bad thing!
Le mercredi 18 janvier restera longtemps dans la mémoire des internautes américains.
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sortie pearltrees ipad
French startup Pearltrees offers a very unique interface for organizing and sharing collections of links from around the web. Tomorrow the company will release a new, faster version of its application and announce that it has passed 2 million links curated in 7 months since going live. That means an average of 10,000 links have been bookmarked in Pearltrees every day since launch, and presumably many more now that the site has grown. Last month the company announced that it raised $1.6 million in venture funding . I love what Pearltrees is trying to do, most people I talk to love the idea, and it's good to hear the service is getting so much traction. I'm waiting until the promised iPad version comes out before getting too excited about it.
Did TechCrunch Disrupt blow right past you? I’m pretty sure I’m going to have to watch that video of Eric Schmidt’s keynote about five times before I actually understand what was going on, and don’t even get me started on “Dancing Erick.” For those that are likewise, um disrupted, data curation tool Pearltrees has created the above tree visualization, which allows you to relive the three day info hurricane on your own terms by clicking through any of the available “pearls” or data nodes.
Soiree "Touch the pearls"
Lancement super embed en France
As the Internet grows, finding content that's relevant to you becomes tougher.
Posted by Tom Foremski - November 2, 2010
If you’re tired of talking about the cloud, social media and mobile apps, you might want to work the word “curation” into the conversation. As in, “Curation could become a hot sector in 2011.”
The question we ask ourselves when examining the state of the blogosphere is whether or not the cup is half full or half empty? Personally, I believe the answer lies in the nature of circumstances.
Steven Rosenbaum is a curator, author, filmmaker and entrepreneur.
When I interviewed Bob Ackerman (co-founder of Allegis Capital ) a couple of years ago I called him “Mr. No” because he turns down so many deals but he and Allegis, which he co-founded, are one of the most highly regarded (he funded Ribbit, which got sold to BT, for instance). Because he’s outspoken, it’s always fun to visit and hear his view on the market.
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What is curation?
I've been playing all day with the new Threadsy, the new Seesmic desktop, the unreleased Brizzly, the new TweetDeck desktop, and the new PeopleBrowsr. It is very hard to tell these apart.