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Documentalista o Content Curator, purchè X.0
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Robin Good's insight:
Publicate.it is a multimedia content curation platform, which allows you to collect and organize into visual collections your favorite content, images and video clips you find on the web. You can easily include any content or web page by using the dedicated bookmarklet, or you can upload your own documents, images, video and pdf files. All of the content you find and collect with Publicate.it can be easily shared and republished on any one of your favorite social media (Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon, Pinterest and Tumblr). Publicate.it collections resemble Pinterest boards but with larger images and can be nested into other collections. In addition Publicate.it can also act as a social magazine front page as it allows you to pick and republish any content you want coming from Twitter. Publicate pages are fully compatible with all types of devices and screens, from mobile to desktop. Free to use. More info: http://publicate.it/ Check this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQabJkRAtSE
Alessandro Mazzoli's insight:
Innovitalia.net non è una banca dati statica, ma una struttura dinamica, che si aggiornerà in risposta agli interessi degli utenti, alla loro posizione geografica e alle loro interazioni», continua Lanfrey. Una volta a regime, la piattaforma web funzionerà come una rete neurale, con una struttura gerarchica organizzata in sottoreti disciplinari, ognuna gestita da un nodo principale. Quest’ultimo potrà essere tanto un’università quanto un laboratorio e sarà identificato secondo criteri prestabiliti, per esempio il numero di ricercatori e docenti italiani presenti oppure quello delle collaborazioni attive con centri italiani. Oltre a curare la sezione del sito Internet per la propria area tematica, il nodo principale fungerà anche da tramite con le istituzioni italiane, smisterà informazioni come bandi di finanziamento o richieste per scambi di ricercatori ai propri sottonodi e con questi definirà gli obiettivi, dall’organizzazione di conferenze alla raccolta fondi per borse di studio http://innovitalia.net
Robin Good's insight:
RebelMouse may be one of the best free tools out there to do news, social or content curation for your personal brand, company or organization. Beneath the appearance of a social media aggregation app, lies a super-powerful curation and publishing infrastructure which allows you to aggregate and monitor any social media stream from Facebook to Instagram and Pinterest, and lets you import RSS feeds and add specific filters to get exactly what you want. While most reviewers will see RebelMouse as a tool to "quickly assemble a Web page populated with links from your Facebook and Twitter streams, using a slick graphical presentation that looks quite a bit like Pinterest" (source: HuffPo), I think this social aggregation and publishing has indeed a lot more to offer and it has all of the required features to become a great content curation and publishing solution. With RebelMouse you can do seven key things. You can: pick any content you find on the web and you can curate it and post to your rebelMouse site by using the freely available bookmarklet aggregate any number of Facebook and Twitter streams, including specific searches, users and hashtags, as well as any RSS feed you want. filter this content according to your own rules auto-publish any of this content, or set individual sources to be manually "curated" by you. "embed" your RebelMouse generated site on your website or "map" (by paying a small fee) your own domain to it. create multiple sub-pages with RebelMouse and a dedicated navigation system that can point also to your own existing web properties. Each of these sub-sites can be customized to focus on a specific topic or event. On the design and "look and feel" front, RebelMouse provides a set of alternative templates, but the look is basically the same across the board with variants relating to the font styles and colors. It is also true that you can personalize your RebelMouse site and alter the design however you'd like with the custom CSS option that is already available. But it is certain, that providing a set of advanced, professional-looking templates, where users could for examples decide manually the size of certain tiles, would provide enormous added value to users who would see RebelMouse as a possible direct gateway to publishing their own site. Rebelmouse site examples: http://garyvaynerchuk.com/ https://www.rebelmouse.com/digitslam/ https://www.rebelmouse.com/WSJ/ http://graphics.wsj.com/fashionweek/?mod=e2tw (Wall Street Journal for Fashion Week) http://graphics.wsj.com/davos/ (Wall Street Journal for Davos) https://www.rebelmouse.com/KING5Seattle/ https://www.rebelmouse.com/MediaReDEFined/ http://rebelmouse.com/RobinGood/ https://www.rebelmouse.com/rebelmouse/the_12_best_rebelmouse_pages_o-87372661-0.htm Check also these other RebelMouse reviews: http://www.poynter.org/latest-news/top-stories/203595/how-news-orgs-are-using-rebelmouse-for-blizzard-fashion-week/ http://www.business2community.com/content-marketing/rebelmouse-for-content-curation-review-0419851 http://www.business2community.com/social-media/rebelmouse-twylah-or-scoop-it-whats-your-pick-0426837 http://pandodaily.com/2012/06/08/rebelmouse-is-the-social-media-aggregator-weve-all-been-waiting-for/ http://www.businessinsider.com/this-2-months-old-startup-is-the-most-promising-to-launch-in-a-while-2012-7 Free to use. For $9.99/month you can also "map" your RebelMouse pages to your own domain, so that your RebelMouse content stays on your own site. https://www.rebelmouse.com/rebelmouse/power_your_domain_with_rebelmo-119834938.html In addition you can also further customize the RebelMouse page look, by being able to remove the "Following" and "Featured" modules from your pages. Here is how to embed Rebelmouse in your site: rebelmouse.com/faq/id_like_to_have_rebelmouse_pow-62050623.html FAQ: https://www.rebelmouse.com/FAQ/ Try it out now: https://www.rebelmouse.com/ *Highly recommended to all would-be curators out there.
Jump straight to the demos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGe8RKJw-Ec#t=30m20s When it comes to managing content for your organization's blog, Twitter strea...
Robin Good's insight:
"Historically, there have been only two ways of making money in travel - huge volumes of content (TripAdvisor, Google) or control of inventory (Expedia, Airbnb, Viator). ..., a ‘third way’ is emerging. “You’d see start-ups like Utrip, Citybot, Touristeye and us battling it out with stalwarts like Yahoo Travel and Lonely Planet to be the first to solve this pain,..." ... ...customer interviews revealed that creating an itinerary is a ‘meta’ level problem that most travellers struggle with. By [curating by hand] and combining the data sources we were able to generate a new type of knowledge (ie: what’s the best trip to take when I’m travelling with kids to south of France?) that hadn’t been possible before. This is a game-changer. It allows even start-ups to create proprietary knowledge that is not beholden to the industry giants." Here's what Mygola’s co-founder Anshuman Bapna says: "The most intriguing battle to me is between curation and choice. The trajectory for the past decade had been that more is better - more flight options, more hotels to choose from. However, there’s a competing narrative building up now where editorial judgement reduces the choices to a much more manageable few - sort by ‘agony’ filter (Hipmunk), stay at these handchosen places (HotelTonight). I find this very interesting as an entrepreneur because neither the existing industry leaders (Priceline) nor the pretenders to the throne (Google) excel at this kind of stuff. This requires human judgement (not collaborative filtering, which is just a proxy for it) at scale." Interesting. Right on the mark. 8/10 Full interview: http://www.eyefortravel.com/mobile-and-technology/less-more-online-travel-needs-curated-itineraries-based-human-judgement Check the Mygola service here: mygola.com (Image credit: Compass and shells - Shutterstock)
Robin Good's insight:
"Historically, there have been only two ways of making money in travel - huge volumes of content (TripAdvisor, Google) or control of inventory (Expedia, Airbnb, Viator). ..., a ‘third way’ is emerging. “You’d see start-ups like Utrip, Citybot, Touristeye and us battling it out with stalwarts like Yahoo Travel and Lonely Planet to be the first to solve this pain,..." ... ...customer interviews revealed that creating an itinerary is a ‘meta’ level problem that most travellers struggle with. By [curating by hand] and combining the data sources we were able to generate a new type of knowledge (ie: what’s the best trip to take when I’m travelling with kids to south of France?) that hadn’t been possible before. This is a game-changer. It allows even start-ups to create proprietary knowledge that is not beholden to the industry giants." Here's what Mygola’s co-founder Anshuman Bapna says: "The most intriguing battle to me is between curation and choice. The trajectory for the past decade had been that more is better - more flight options, more hotels to choose from. However, there’s a competing narrative building up now where editorial judgement reduces the choices to a much more manageable few - sort by ‘agony’ filter (Hipmunk), stay at these handchosen places (HotelTonight). I find this very interesting as an entrepreneur because neither the existing industry leaders (Priceline) nor the pretenders to the throne (Google) excel at this kind of stuff. This requires human judgement (not collaborative filtering, which is just a proxy for it) at scale." Interesting. Right on the mark. 8/10 Full interview: http://www.eyefortravel.com/mobile-and-technology/less-more-online-travel-needs-curated-itineraries-based-human-judgement Check the Mygola service here: mygola.com (Image credit: Compass and shells - Shutterstock)
Robin Good Italia's insight:
Giovanni Quadranti: In questo articolo Dario Vignali presenta la nuova piattaforma per la pubblicazione online Medium, che presto dovrebbe essere aperta al pubblico. E’ stata realizzata da Evan Williams e Christopher Isaac "Biz" Stone, già creatori di Twitter e Blogger. Uno degli obbiettivi di questo servizio è dare rilevanza alla qualità dei contenuti postati, indirizzando l’attenzione degli utilizzatori sugli argomenti trattati e non sui loro autori. Medium, a cui si potrà accedere tramite il proprio account Twitter, permetterà alle persone di creare e condividere “collezioni” di contenuti su un determinato tema, inserendo testi ma anche immagini e video. Gli altri utenti potranno poi, oltre che limitarsi alla lettura, anche collaborare arricchendo e migliorando questi contenuti, lasciare dei feedback, consigliarli ed esprimere una valutazione. I più apprezzati saranno messi in evidenza, formando una specie di classifica. Se vuoi restare aggiornato sullo sviluppo di Medium, puoi seguire il profilo della compagnia che lo ha creato direttamente su Twitter: https://twitter.com/medium N.B.: Alla fine dell’articolo vengono segnalati altri siti e blog che si sono occupati di Medium: http://comunitadigitali.blogosfere.it/2012/08/medium-la-terza-epoca-del-blogging-entra-nel-vivo.html http://web20.excite.it/i-creatori-di-twitter-lanciano-medium-il-futuro-dei-social-network-N126264.html http://www.bloggerman.it/2012/08/nasce-il-pinterest-di-twitter-medium/ Inoltre, ti suggerisco anche di dare un’occhiata a: http://www.infoservi.it/so-ev-did-it-again-medium-is-reinventing-online-publishing-for-real/7593 http://blog.prima-posizione.it/dai-creatori-di-twitter-in-arrivo-medium/2012_4163/ Un articolo che contribuisce ad aumentare la curiosità attorno a Medium. 6/10 Articolo originale: http://www.thelabitalia.com/cose-medium-com-lidea-di-blogging-rivista-da-twitter/ (Photo credit: logo Medium + onda)






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