Welcome to your account! Add anything from anywhere. Pearl the stuff you like. Pearls can be created in several ways: Pearltrees has extensions for Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer that make it easy to create pearls while you are browsing the web.
Using the extension for your browser you can put any content you wish to keep directly into your dropzone or anywhere else in your account with only two clicks. The extensions for Firefox or Internet Explorer: They have 3 buttons: Pearl: It turns the web page you are reading into a pearl In: It lets you choose in which pearltree you want to put the page you are reading. Reveal: One click and you will go directly into your account. Also, with Firefox you can “right click” any link and then add content directly to your Pearltrees account from right within the context menu. The extension for Chrome: It only has one button, but enables you to do the exact same things: If you use Safari or Opera, Pearltrees has a bookmarklet that works in the same way.
Create pearls with Facebook and Twitter From the links you tweet! Organize all your interests naturally. Organize your account. Explore your community of interests. Discover the stuff you like. Share all of this! Share the stuff you like. Acesse seus favoritos aonde você estiver.
WikiMindMap : WikiMindMap. Wikipedia : Welcome to Wikipedia. Pearltrees wants you to broadcast web content. A new version of Pearltrees is now live for eager social curators on the 'Net.
As TG Daily previously reported, Pearltrees embeds a significant amount of supplemental information related to a post in a way that is easy to navigate, while giving users a chance to preview content in a more comprehensive manner. "Obviously, it would be pretty difficult to find all of this content in any reasonable amount of time using Google or another search tool," Pearltrees rep Oliver Starr told TG Daily. According to Starr, beta 0.8.4. includes three new features which enable curators to "massively broadcast" their content throughout the web by: Connecting Twitter and Facebook accounts - Allows users to broadcast links they pearl and pearltrees they create.Crowd-sourcing - Share content on nearly any topic, as users simply pick pearltrees curated by others. Embeddable code - Display curated content in code, helping users "pearl" data directly from embedded pearltrees for future references. Pearltrees: the best way to collect and organize everything in one place.
Pearltrees » Pearltrees goes to “the Next Web” in Amsterdam. Today, tomorow and the day after Tomorow, Patrice Lamothe, pearltrees’ CEO will attend the “next web conference”.
Such conferences are always interesting to get the big picture of what is happening on the world-wide-web, to meet some great people that lead ideas, thoughts, start-ups… to sum up it is a meeting with the web industry. It is now really important for pearltrees to take its sits in the industry. To take a wider look over this conference, let’s just update some backgrounds facts.
The world is facing a financial crisis, basically speaking it means that money is missing. So it is important that the web industry keeps its face up, proving its innovation capacity, the maturity of its managers, the huge growth capacities that are still to explore and the incredible energy and creativity of its actors. Pearltrees is a representent of this new generation of industrial web actors, delivering on time, deeply rooted in the web essence, anticipating the changes in the media structures. Pearltrees: Mind-mapping your browsing experienceZASocial Media. Ali at the Top of the World. At first I thought, “Great, another site to sign up for!”
Boy was I wrong. This site is great. I have to admit I was lost at first but once I got the hang of working the site I was hooked. This is like a virtual concept map of bookmarks. Pearltrees > Mandy. Le web 2.0 a fait naître un paradoxe : la multiplication des contenus en ligne n’a pas entraîné la démocratisation de l’accès à ces informations.
Au contraire, face au trillion de pages web disponibles, le système Page Rank de Google, c’est un peu l’éclairage à la bougie. Si les agrégateurs de type Del.icio.us, les systèmes de flux et les réseaux sociaux présentent à différents niveaux des alternatives enthousiasmantes, les visions futuristes de la recherche et de l’organisation de l’information sur la toile semblent s’organiser autour d’un paradigme d’apparence simple : l’homme ou la machine ?
Les algorithmes complexes du web sémantique constituent un premier élément de réponse. Twine en est l’exemple le plus probant, fournissant à ses utilisateurs une information sur mesure établie d’après une analyse de leurs recherches personnelles. Mais si ce web automatisé est excitant, la nécessaire récolte d’informations sur l’internaute par un système centralisé peut apparaître gênante.