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What a Content Curator Needs To Know: How, Tools, Issues and Strategy
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Collect, Tag and Organize Your Favorite Bookmarks with Favebucket

Favebucket is the assistant that helps you save, recollect and share your favorites online.
Robin Good's insight:

Favebucket is a web app which allows you to easily clip any web page, video or content and to organize according to categories (buckets) and tags.

An integrated bookmarklet makes it easy to clip any content on any web page, while suggesting relevant tags and the option to add each item to a bucket (collection).

Individual contents saved with Favebucket can be easily shared on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Organization of tags and buckets, search and navigation are extremely effective.

In addition Favebucket is readying a series of utilities to import your bookmarks from other services. The first one supported is soon-to-be-closed

My comments: Navigation and search through the tags and buckets system is extremely effective and speedy allowing easy grouping and finding of related items.

The major limitation is that buckets (collections of items) cannot be easily embedded on another site or published publicly at a unique URL. 

Good for private curation and bookmarking work.

Free to use.

More info:

Víctor V. Valera Jiménez's curator insight, June 2, 2013 8:09 PM

Herramienta que te permite guardar cualquier página web, vídeo o contenido y organizarlo en categorias y etiquetas, algo que resulta muy fácil gracias a su bookmarklet.


Además estos contenidos pueden ser facilmente compartidos en nuestras redes sociales favoritas (Facebook, Twitter...).

wanderingsalsero's comment, June 19, 2013 8:17 AM
After having played around with this a little bit, I must say that I found the instructions a bit lacking. Matter of fact, I wrote them a 'customer service' email with my question and got no reply. In their instructions they show two steps but I could only intuitively find one. Furthermore, I hate it when companies don't think that their product to have a tutorial with an actual human voice but rather throw up some cute little video might get and award for cute music and animation but isn't worth crap to actually telling people how the damn thing works.
Favebucket's comment, June 27, 2013 5:47 PM
[UPDATE] Hi, we are happy to say that we have done extensive work on all the feedback we received from many people and the we will publish a series of releases in the upcoming week and thereafter to meet many [not all] of the expectations people have.

Even though we understand that some Favebucketeers miss functionality it is also fair to say that in this startup stage it is impossible to do everything at once. The upcoming release will deliver browser extensions and many other new features (like several import functions) and even more important, improvements that make Favebucket faster and even more stable.

If you need assistance using Favebucket dont hesitate to email us at:

Team Favebucket
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Collect, Organize, Share and Collaborate on Multimedia Collections with Moxtra

Robin Good's insight:

Moxtra is a new app which allows anyone to easily create multimedia collections called "binders" and to share them with selected collaborators or to publish them publicly on the web.

Moxtra can easily import most any type of file you may have sitting on your hard disk, as well as web pages, documents, PDFs, images, files you have online inside Box / Dropbox, and anything you can "clip" from the web with its dedicated bookmarklet.

Moxtra integrates powerful annotation capabilities, allowing Moxtra collectors to add both visual and audio annotations to any item collected as well as the ability to meet and conference around a specific binder in real-time thanks to a dedicated live meeting facility supporting also text chat and VoIP.

Available both on the desktop and on your iPhone or iPad, Moxtra is completely free to use.

Free to use.

Key features:


Try it out now:

Robin Good's comment, March 7, 2013 5:31 AM
Wanderingsalsero, name one other platform that gives the same features across devices and OSes and also name one that integrates a real-time meeting option supported by VoIP. Then we can discuss further.
ghbrett's curator insight, March 7, 2013 9:30 AM

Note: Have a look at Robin's comment below. As usual he is spot on. Plus this review includes some related links. Thanks and a tip-of-the-hat to Robin

Rod Murray's curator insight, March 11, 2013 8:49 AM

Content Curation on Mobiles

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Clip, Tag and Collect Any Image or Text From The Web with Glue

Clip, Tag and Collect Any Image or Text From The Web with Glue | Content Curation World |

Robin Good: Glue is a web app which makes it extremely easy to "clip" any text, image or combination of both from any web page while saving it for you in a tag-based visual board.

Collected items can be easily shared on your Twitter channel.

As of now Glue works only through a Google Chrome browser extension.

Free to use.

 More info: 

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Collect, Organize and Search Any Text, Image or Video You Find on the Web with Dragdis

Collect, Organize and Search Any Text, Image or Video You Find on the Web with Dragdis | Content Curation World |

Robin Good's insight:

Dragdis is a web app and browser extension which allows you to easily grab and collect just about any image, text, video or link you find on the web. By simply clicking and dragging anything you find on a web page, triggers the Dragdis browser extension which showcases all of your personal folders and gives you the possibility to drag your item in your preferred collection.

The way Dragdis works is as simple as it can get, and seeing visually your folders on the side of your browser makes the "collecting" experience really easy.

You can create as many collections as you like, invite friends, and re-organize collections, folder names and items collected as you like.

Dragdis also makes it easy to search within your collected items as well as within any item collected by other Dragdis users.

Free to use.

Try it out now:

More info on how to use it:

The Dragdis browser extension is available for Chrome, Firefox and Safari here: (you need to be logged in)

Dragdis is still in private beta as I write, but you can leave your email and request to be invited.

Elizabeth Hutchinson's comment, April 18, 2013 3:19 AM
Hi Robin, can you send me the link again for the tools map. I have just tried to open it and my iPad is telling me the address is wrong. Thanks! Elizabeth
Elizabeth Hutchinson's comment, April 18, 2013 3:28 AM
Ok, worked it out....needed to download mindomo :)
Víctor V. Valera Jiménez's curator insight, April 20, 2013 7:35 AM

Otra nueva aplicación en fase beta para la Content Curation que te permite seleccionar, organizar y buscar cualquier contenido (texto, imagen, vídeo) de la Web para después organizarlo en colecciones o listas creadas por ti mismo o por colaboradores o amigos añadidos por ti. 


Extensión para Google Chrome, Firefox y Safari a la que se puede acceder por invitación dejando el email en la web de Dragdis:

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An Open Infinite Canvas Where To Collect Anything You Want: Murally

Robin Good: is an infinite visual canvas that can be used to create visual maps, digital posters, collections of information resources, images and video clips. makes it particularly easy to search the web and to import any image, video or content clip you decide to use.

Presently in invitation beta.  

Find out more and see work created with it here:  

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Collect and Organize Any Kind of Content on an Infinite Visual Board with Spaaze

Collect and Organize Any Kind of Content on an Infinite Visual Board with Spaaze | Content Curation World |

Robin Good: Thanks to the guys behind Mind42 and who created a new kind of collection, gathering and curation space, that looks like at first, as an infinite cork board on which you can stick anything. 

"Each board is an infinite space which resembles a virtual cork board - hence the default cork background, but other backgrounds are available.

On these boards, items can be put.

Currently Spaaze offers 7 different items:

  • Labels
  • Notes
  • Bookmarks
  • Images
  • Files
  • Videos and
  • HTML.

These items can be edited in place, moved via drag and drop and positioned freely on the board.


To add some structure to the board it's possible to "remember" certain points (around which items have been placed) by creating hotspots (e.g. one per topic of a bookmark collection)."

Spaaze is also a collaborative service, allowing board owners to invite others to collaborate and contribute to any specific board.

Spaaze works across all browsers (IE7+, FF4+, Safari4+, Chrome) and on the iPad too.

The basic service is free, but to use it without any kind of limitation it requires buying credit points or activating a very inexpensive ($3/mo) subscription.



More info: 

(Thanks to Heiko Idensen for discovering this)

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