Dec 16 Posted 4 years ago
I appreciated this article because I've been wondering what the difference was myself. I've know I've been doing 'curation' because I use the bookmarlet tools on Posterous a lot and then add my comments. Plus, I use scoop.it and RebelMouse a lot too. But maybe I had/have the wrong idea bout aggregation. I used to think I was using it...but maybe I'm.
I do know that none of my content is automatically generated.
Sep 26 Posted 4 years ago
This is a great review and definitely cleared some details for me. My favorite platform for finding content, especially from my favorite thought leaders, is Postano. Postano, essentially, does both content curation and aggregation- it all just depends on how you're using it.
Feb 24 Posted 5 years ago
This is a good overview. I have another recommendation for finding content--Trapit. Trapit is like a smarter Google Alerts. Like Google Alerts, you enter a query you want it find content for. There are a couple of differences that make its results better, though.
First, it searches only sources that its editors have vetted. There are about 100,000 sources in Trapit's index. Second, it allows you to thumb its recommendations up or down. It learns from this feedback to deliver better recommendations. This is a much easier way to follow topics than setting up a bunch of RSS feeds.
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