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Content Curation Tools For Web Surfers – Best Of Every day, you can find amazing content on the Web. Due to the multitudes of websites cropping up all over the online world, "information overload" is something we all seem to suffer from. It is easy to feel lost while searching for a particular piece of information you need, especially if you’re looking for a very specific subject. Hence, designers, web developers and the like are racing to come up with ways to present their bits of information so that users like you and me do not waste unnecessary time combing through irrelevant material. That’s where new curation tools come in. These tools help to filter out and compile online content in an easy-to-peruse way. What Does Content Curation Mean? Content curation compiles the cream of the crop of the information you are seeking, be it in the form of audio, video, articles or more. How Content Curation Tools Work Each tool below is unique in its own way. Themeefy Bundlr!! Storify Pearltrees Flipboard Qrait Delicious Stacks

Hopper iCyte Monash University copyright Each staff member is responsible for complying with copyright law. Are you using online journal articles and putting them on your course or unit website? Are you photocopying articles for handing out to students? Are you copying or showing DVDs, CDs or material recorded from TV in class? Are you using images from the web in your lectures or presentations? Have you included (as files or as links) downloaded MP3s, movie files or TV programs from the Internet within your Moodle unit website? If you answer yes to any of these questions, please consider the following information. Working in the university does not provide a free rein for copying anything and everything, nor does it provide an unlimited forum for distributing content by email or putting content online. Generally, when you use (copy or put online) any third-party copyright works at Monash you will be doing so either Top Preparing course materials All course materials should contain an appropriate Monash copyright statement.

Scoop This: A Comprehensive Guide to for Content Curation We’ve been hearing (and talking) a lot about curation and how helpful it can be for companies. As you all know, I’m sure, great content is one sure thing in today’s marketing arena; it takes the front seat to anything and everything else. When you do a search, what are you using? Before I get deep in to the hows, wherefores and whys of curation and, I deeply feel that it’s important to touch on the what. Content curation, on the other hand, is much like museum curation. As a content curator, you should be treating the content you display with the same amount of exactitude. As an article in the Silicon Valley Watcher states, “…curation online also has to demonstrate: mastery, passion, knowledge and expertise. Well said. When I was introduced to a year ago, it was still beta and invite only. The’s and’s out there curate content, true, but not quite in the same way. The very first step is choosing your topic. 1). 2). 3). What the hell?

Miitla 6 Best Bookmark Manager Finding the best bookmark manager can be a tricky task what with the plethora of options that are available out there. So just how do you zero in on a reliable one that will cater to all your needs in this aspect? Well, to make your search a little easier, we’ve jotted down a comprehensive list of solutions that will enable you to juggle all your archived links, web pages, photos, interesting online articles and more. 1 – Xmarks: This handy extension is available for a host of web browsers such as IE, Firefox, Chrome and Safari. What’s more, you can also view additional information about the portal you’ve currently landed on as well as discover other similar websites. 2 – Linkman: This entrant in our roster lets you archive large amounts of web pages, links and more with ease, according to the brains behind the endeavor. 3 – Diigo: Launched in 2006, this interesting option forays onto the scenario with the tagline, ‘collect and highlight, then remember.’ 4 – Google Bookmarks: 5 – iFaves:

Measuring the Evolution of Contemporary Western Popular Music : Scientific Reports To identify structural patterns of musical discourse we first need to build a ‘vocabulary’ of musical elements (Fig. 1). To do so, we encode the dataset descriptions by a discretization of their values, yielding what we call music codewords20 (see Supplementary Information, SI). In the case of pitch, the descriptions of each song are additionally transposed to an equivalent main tonality, such that all of them are automatically considered within the same tonal context or key. The dataset contains the beat-based music descriptions of the audio rendition of a musical piece or score (G, Em, and D7 on the top of the staff denote chords). Full size image (297 KB) We first count the frequency of usage of pitch codewords (i.e. the number of times each codeword type appears in a sample). (a) Examples of the rank-frequency distribution (relative frequencies z′ such that ). Full size image (374 KB) Codeword frequency distributions provide a generic picture of vocabulary usage.

Live Binders Other questions? Browser Support For PC users, LiveBinders is compatible with Firefox 21 and higher, Safari 4.0.5 and higher, Chrome 30 and higher, and I.E. 9.0 and higher. For Mac users, LiveBinders is compatible with Safari 6.0.0, Chrome 30 and higher, and Firefox 21 and higher. You must have javascript turned on in your browser in order to see the contents of a binder. Other Requirements While not a requirement, we suggest that you add the "LiveBinder It" bookmarklet to your browser, which lets you add webpages to a new or existing binder while you are browsing the web. Change Your Password, Preferences, and Email Address To change your email preferences or email address, just click on your username at the top of the page. Add Your Description/URL and Picture to Your Account Your description and picture can be added on your account information page. Your description and/or picture will show up whenever someone clicks on your name as a binder author: Tabs and Subtabs

Annotary 25 Social Media Channels You're Probably Not Using Now Chances are your small business has used social media in one way or another. There are the big guns like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. And other familiar names like Instagram, Pinterest, and Vine. However, these are just a drop in the bucket when it comes to all of the social media channels out there. Check out our list of social media channels you’re probably not using and see if any have potential for your business. Pheed Pheed does more than let users share video, text, music, and photos. Thumb With Thumb, ask a question and get feedback from other users in real time. Medium Medium is a blogging platform seeking to raise the quality of the tools available to bloggers. Chirp Share your stuff with sound. is a social network built on a question and answer format. Learnist Learnist is a social learning service. RebelMouse RebelMouse is a publishing platform wired for social media. Yammer Yammer is an enterprise social software. Plaxo Plaxo helps manage contact information. Ning Kik