the age of curation with scoop.it

By • Dec 26th, 2010 • Category: The Digital Strategist

There are creators and there are curators. There are people like me, who are a little of both. For he or she who struggles with content creation, Scoop.it looks like the perfect tool.  Currently on beta, I’ll give the lowdown as soon as I secure my invite. Meanwhile, check out the video.

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  1. This article reminded me that to mention that if you have any readers that have been online curators using the delicious service then I can recommend pinboard.in as a backstop whilst Yahoo! works out what it is going to do with the bookmarking service.

    I’ve tried some of the others like mister-wong.com and diigo and found this to be the best option

  2. Thanks for sharing, Ged.

  3. Hi Pat, as you kindly wrote this post several months ago, I’d like to let you know that we launched a lot of new amazing feature on Scoop.it during the last months. With our last version, we aimed to not make curation a stand-alone act any more. That’s why we added new integration (WordPress; Tumblr; LinkedIn) to make Scoop.it more open, more integrated.
    If you want to know more about it, I suggest you to check our blog post out:
    http://blog.scoop.it/en/2011/05/04/scoop-it-be-heard-everywhere/

    Looking forward to exchanging with you,
    Cheers,
    Helene from Scoop.it

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