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[Curation] : Pearltrees, Scoop.it, Storify, Paper.li,... à la recherche de l'information ultime.

[Curation] : Pearltrees, Scoop.it, Storify, Paper.li,... à la recherche de l'information ultime.

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storyful Session chair was Margot Bloomstein, and below you’ll find her slides. Posting them baldly would be rather meaningless, however, unless you were either present at her panel discussion or had someone to give you the greatest hits, with a little extra colour. That’s where the curators come in. Below is a curated thread of that discussion, which focused on human curation and the things that set it apart from automated content selection or mere aggregation – context and perspective. So, what is curation, exactly?

7 Tips to Total Recall Allow me to introduce to you the Recall During Learning graph. Or as Tony Buzan would call it, the Most Important Graph in the World… This graph is the bedrock for all global memory systems, a basis for creative thinking, and the theoretical foundation of Mind Mapping. Suppression de contenu de Google - Aide Demandes légales Removing Content From Google This page will help you get to the right place to report content that you would like removed from Google's services under applicable laws. Providing us with complete information will help us investigate your inquiry. If you have non-legal issues that concern Google's Terms of Service or Product Policies, please visit

New curation tool a boon for genetic biologists With the BeeSpace Navigator, University of Illinois researchers have created both a curation tool for genetic biologists and a new approach to searching for information. The project was a collaboration between researchers at the Institute for Genomic Biology and the department of computer science. Led by Bruce Schatz, professor and head of medical information science at the U. of I., the team described the software and its applications in the web server issue of the journal Nucleic Acids Research. When biologists need information about a gene or its function, they turn to curators, who keep and organize vast quantities of information from academic papers and scientific studies. A curator will extract as much information as possible from the papers in his or her collection and provide the biologist with a detailed summary of what's known about the gene – its location, function, sequence, regulation and more – by placing this information into an online database such as FlyBase.

Content Curation Software Finding and sharing really good, targeted content that your Circles will +1, share, and talk about is a chore. That is, if you don’t have a killer tool to discover, review, and post content easily. Enter CurationSoft. The story behind Storify, new real-time curation service ? Scobleizer You’re seeing more and more Storify links around the web. The Washington Post has used it. So have many other journalists and curators. 7 Content Curation Tools to Keep up With (and Share) Industry News Guest post by Courtney Seiter Show of hands: Who has enough time every day to read up on your industry’s news? Oh, and everything new you need to know to market your business? Yeah, me neither.

You are what you curate: why Pinterest is hawt Evolution of social media by Elad Gill (graphic courtesy of Elad Gill) Updated: The new hot social thing on the web these days is a Palo Alto, Calif.–based company started by Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra and Evan Sharp. (I incorrectly described this group as ex-Facebookers. My apologies for the error.) Exploring Stories With Deep Dive Why Deep Dive? One of our central problems here at NYTimes.com is surfacing content. With hundreds of articles, blog posts, media features and apps published every day it is simply impossible for readers to see them all. This is a good problem to have, but a problem none the less. So how do we help readers find everything they would want to read given that they only have the time to scan a small fraction of what we have to offer? We do so in many ways:

Storify launches public beta: Curation is a core news skill April 28, 2011 {*style:<b>Word has been spreading about the intriguing online curation tool Storify . So far only a select group of private beta users have been able to use it. This week Storify entered its public beta phase, so now anyone can try it. </b>*} News has always been social. The Curation-Over-Creation Trend That Fueled Pinterest's Rapid Growth Laura Paine has a simple answer when asked why Pinterest exploded in popularity at this particular juncture in Internet history. The former reporter watched her newspaper cut positions, go from being a daily to a weekly and focus more on creating short, Q&A pieces, video and photo galleries in an effort to cling to dwindling online traffic. "People aren't really reading anymore," said Paine, who now works for the public relations firm InkHouse. A new Engauge white paper breaks down the make-up of the average Pinterest user and shows that the end result of less reading is more of a focus on content curation than creation. The timing of that trend, combined with a stunning design when Internet users are focusing more on visual than text, has allowed Pinterest to explode in popularity.

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