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Keepstream - Collect, organize, and share the best of the web.

Keepstream - Collect, organize, and share the best of the web.

Meta! Here’s how Storify looks telling the story of Storify At the TechCrunch Disrupt conference this week, one of the new tools to emerge — besides, that is, Lark, the new app that wakes you “silently, without a jarring alarm” — was Storify. Founded by Burt Herman (a former AP reporter and founder of the journotech meetup group Hacks/Hackers) and developer/entrepreneur Xavier Damman, the platform promises a new way to leverage the real-time power of social media for creating stories. It’s doubling down on the increasingly common assumption that the future of news will demand curation on the part of news producers.

15 Outstanding Tools to Collect, Organize and Share Your Web Experience If you’re a blogger, journalist, or simply have a desire for more knowledge, you’ve most definitely faced information organization problems. Sometimes being able to access and find information quickly is crucial. Nowadays the web is enormous and it’s a big advantage to have a place where you can store all your bookmarks, pictures and links, access them anytime, anywhere and be able share them quickly. If you’re as lazy as I am you’ve probably got something like a ‘Do it later’ folder in your bookmarks. And then you’re just shoving links there until that list is the length of your screen. Phone Number Co-Citation Analysis for Local Link Builders Phone Number Co-Citation Analysis for Local Link Builders In testing and researching an upcoming piece on local link opportunity analysis (which follows of course from Content-Based Link Opportunity Analysis) I was struck by a wild and sudden bolt of epiphery... If you can identify a unique footprint for local competitors, then search for this footprint, each URL that the search engine discovers is a "citation."

Strategic Creative Development · edwardboches How the semester will go. Guest speakers are confirmed in most cases, but could always cancel on us at the last minute. January 23: The End of Us and Them The transition from Bernbach to Zuckerberg January 30: Strategy in the age of participation What is the brief, what does it look like, what does it inspire?

Know the News Home | Login/Register RSS / Podcasts Close Home > Get Involved > For Educators > Know the News > Remix the News News Challenge The curator attributes and skills What skills do I need to have if I want to be an effective real-time news curator? Can I just pick the best headlines and links on my topic of interest or do I need to do know / do more? What makes a great news curator stand out from those who do automatic aggregation or from bloggers who create simple news stories lists? Photo credit: thesuperph In the previous parts of this Guide to Real-Time News Curation I have looked at what are the key problems giving way to the emergence of real-time news curation, at the differences between automatic aggregation and filtering and human-powered manual curation. I have also spent some time illustrating some real-world examples of both automated aggregation and human curated news content.

30 in 60: 30 Tools for Tech-Savvy Teachers These are my notes from Mike Agostinelli and Jason Neiffer ‘s breakout session, “30 in 60: 30 Tools for Tech-Savvy Teachers,” on August 6, 2012, at the Blackfoot Educational Technology Conference in Missoula, Montana. MY THOUGHTS AND COMMENTS ARE IN ALL CAPS. All referenced links/websites from this session are on . An audio podcast version of this session is available on Fuel for Educational Change Agents. Mike Agostinelli Helena Public Schools Twitter: @mikegusto Social Media Roundup – August 2011 Yes, it’s a rather late August roundup, but blame the weather – it’s hard to type with a constant depressing downpour of rain outside. But forget that and enjoy the best of social media during the month! Ban chavs! No, wait, ban social media! image from In the furore after the riots (not in Scotland.

50 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom Many critics of Twitter believe that the 140-character microblog offered by the ubiquitous social network can do little for the education industry. They are wrong. K-12 teachers have taken advantage of Twitter’s format to keep their classes engaged and up-to-date on the latest technologies. The following projects provide you and your students with 50 ways to Twitter in the classroom to create important and lasting lessons. Curation Platforms Comparison Collaborative comparison engine Register Sign in Sign in Sign out 's dashboard Curation Platforms Internet > Communications > Curation Blog Archive » LeWeb10 and the curation topic Looks like curation has been one of the keyword of LeWeb10. Exactly one year after Pearltrees beta release, the activity we used to call human organization of the Web has not only find its word but also its way. Sure, Pearltrees is steadily growing, reaching 100.000 uniques and more. But it goes far beyond that: masses of new startups are quickly populating the curation field. Bloggers, thinkers and journalist begin to frame, to question, to define the curation topic.

Keepstream allows you to collect and organise social media. For each collection that is created it is possible to create a bookmark link that will appear in your menu bar. When youre on a website you want to save, you can click that button and it will automatically collect that content for you. These links are then available to add to your collection. You can also add comments. Once youve finished your collection, its possible to embed it into, e.g. blogs, share on facebook etc. by isotope Jan 31

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