Springpad: An Intelligent Online Notebook for Everything Online notebooks are a dime a dozen, with Evernote at the head of the class and at least 17 other eager alternatives close behind. So, do we really need another one competing for our online filing needs? We'll leave the answer to that question up to you, but we certainly think that Springpad, an online notebook that collects and manages tasks, web notes, and events in a super clean and user-friendly Web interface, is worth a nice long look. Once you create an account you can start creating notebooks or pages. Since Springpad handles each type of media intelligently, lists come with dynamic checkboxes, events include email or SMS reminders, contacts can be pulled in via Gmail and associated with pages or tasks, and restaurant data comes directly from Yelp. We're big fans of Springpad and the limitless ways we can use it, and we can only hope that they'll add import and mobile access options to future releases. More Research Resources From Mashable
Real-Time News Curation - The Complete Guide Part 6: The Tools Universe Real-Time News Curation: Part 6 - The Tools and Technologies In this part of the guide you will find: 1. A Brief History of News Curation Tools 2. The 15 Basic Traits of a News / Content Curation System 3. 4. 5. "I've spent a good deal of time searching for a word other than "Curation" in part because of the connection to museums (which I feared sounded elitist and historic). 1) A Brief History of News Curation Tools The first news curation tools that I am aware of came out in late 2004 - early 2005, reflecting from the very beginning a growing need for both small publishers as well as for medium and large content publishers to be able to aggregate, filter and manually re-order and select the specific content items to be published in a news channel. MySyndicaat, whose parent company, Kipcast has now grown into a multi-faceted service providing advanced news aggregation and republishing widgets for online brands and media companies, has been the true pioneer of this space. b. filter and 1. 2.
Lettres Numériques | une initiative de la Communauté française Welcome - Timely by Demandforce How to Archive Your Twitter Chats and Conference Hashtags Using Keepstream.com Plus Eight Other Twitter Content Curation Tools inShare Are you participating in Twitter chats and want to archive the content? Or perhaps you want to save content that you or others share on Twitter as a list of great resources, for example when attending a conference? Curating content has never been easier – you no longer have to take a screen shot of content and then add it to an article or blog post. Yes Twitter has enabled a way to embed Tweets using their Blackbird Pie functionality which you can see in action here from back in 2010 when they released this tool. You can also use these additional ways to embed Twitter into your blog or website: However a very simple tool that you can use is called Keepstream which I came across today thanks to Richard Binhammer on Google Plus as he was sharing some content from someone in his organisation (Dell) who had captured the Tweets shared at one of their employee events. You can watch a video of how Keepstream.com works either on YouTube or below:
Alain Giffard Latest TwitChimp List Curation, Search and Discovery Features Announced TwitChimp.com is a new capability designed to help make Twitter better serve several niches of the community. TwitChimp makes it easy for experts on any topic to create curated lists of Twitter accounts to follow. These lists are then made easy to discover, which helps those seeking producers of relevant content. Although Twitchimp is still in beta, its most recent delivery of features has made it a very powerful capability that can help you make the most of Twitter right now. An ability to easily create and curate feature-filled lists of twitter accounts on any topic you desire. Summation of top concepts/words and hashtags in tweets for an entire list, and a hotlinking of those words to Twitter searches. Generation of statistics for lists and users in lists. An ability to discover lists by category. Search tools enabling lists to be found by keywords in the list or by bios of users. User profile pages with stats, bios and links. An ability to embed lists on any site on the Internet.
30+ Cool Content Curation Tools for Personal & Professional Use As the web becomes more and more inundated with blogs, videos, tweets, status updates, news, articles, and countless other forms of content, “information overload” is something we all seem to suffer. It is becoming more difficult to weed through all the “stuff” out there and pluck out the best, most share-worthy tidbits of information, especially if your topic is niche. Let’s face it, Google definitely has its shortcomings when it comes to content curation and the more it tries to cater to all audiences, the less useful it becomes. The demand for timely, relevant content that is specific to our unique interests and perspectives has given rise to a new generation of tools that aim to help individuals and companies curate content from the web and deliver it in a meaningful way. Here’s a look at over 30 content curation tools (mostly free, but some paid/professional tools as well) that will help you cut through the clutter of your information stream to find the gems. Comments(65)
Infographies : n'y croyez plus ! Une infographie, c’est quoi ? C’est la visualisation de chiffres, qui sont eux-mêmes les résultats d’une étude. Et les infographies, c’est apprécié parce que c’est visuel, c’est fun, c’est léger, les chiffres apparaissent d’eux-mêmes. Mais présentée de manière incomplète, manipulée. Alors si certains pensent que le problème des infographies est leur mise à jour, il y a aussi un autre enjeu dans cette visualisation de données, parfois simplifiée. Et la qualité dans tout ça ? Je suis une geek.
5 Time-Saving Tools For Content Curation As a business owner, you're expected to keep up with trends and effectively run your business. But sometimes, it seems like there just aren't enough hours in the day. I recently opened my Google Reader to find that I had more than 1,000 unread posts from the blogs and sites that I had subscribed to. We're all bombarded by online content from of millions of blogs, online news sites, Twitter, Facebook and other social networks. In the early days, information was exchanged at the water cooler or through the telephone. To solve the problem of overwhelming amounts of information, we need content curation. 1. This is a great tool to get news that interests you. You can go to google.com/news and click on the “Add a Section“ link on the top right to choose keywords you are interested in. 2. 3. Paper.li lets you use the links shared by people on Twitter and Facebook to publish your own "daily newspaper." 4. XYDO distributes socially endorsed news from your network via e-mail once a day.
New Social Curation And Visual Research App: Vilize - Official Release: 16th April 2012 | Social Media Content Curation