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Posted by Tom Foremski - October 11, 2011
One of the more buzzword-y buzzwords in Silicon Valley right now is the "interest graph," which is supposed to connect people and the topics that they're interested in. Lots of startups promise to tap into the interest graph, but Pearltrees CEO Patrice Lamothe says a new app from his startup is "maybe the first time you actually see an interest graph."
The thing that amazes me most when it comes to what is supposedly "news and content curation" on platforms like Scoop.it, is that some of the most popular and trafficked channels have nothing to do with curating a topic for a specific audience. Why?
★★★★★ Pearltrees is a free, visual and collaborative library that lets you keep everything you like at your fingertips.
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"Tell me when it's an iPad app," I've told the team behind web curation startup Pearltrees over and over again. That day has finally come and what was a clumsy, Flash-based web experience is now a gorgeous, brilliant iPad app. Happy day, the Pearltrees iPad app is finally here ! Pearltrees is a link saving and sharing service that uses a beautiful visual metaphor - links are saved as floating glass orbs just made for touching, swiping and zooming.
Not many tech CEOs would have the guts to describe their products as “magical” and as delivering “pure happiness”, but that’s exactly how Pearltrees ‘ Patrice Lamothe describes the startup’s iPad app released today. You know what?
WHAT: A web-based and iPad application to organize and curate your social life online.
Color Uncovered 1.0 (free) - Color Uncovered for the iPad is a new interactive digital book that features illusions, articles and videos developed by the Exploratorium. Offering a wide range of color-related options to explore, users can learn how the iPad and other devices create colour The app also provides directions for performing simple color experiments using simple items at home, such as a CD case, piece of paper, or drop of water. [Download - 55.1MB ]