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What a Content Curator Needs To Know: How, Tools, Issues and Strategy
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Clip, Annotate, Markup and Permanently Archive Any Web Page with Scrible

Clip, Annotate, Markup and Permanently Archive Any Web Page with Scrible | Content Curation World | Scoop.it
scrible lets you highlight and annotate web pages and easily save, share and collaborate on your web research with others. Sign up for free!
Robin Good's insight:



Scribble is web-based app which allows you to save and archive any web page while being able to richly annotate it in multiple colors & styles.


Scribble indexes all of the web content you save and it allows you to search through it easily. The basic version which is free to anyone allows you to:

  • Save web research online & access it from anywhere
  • Use simple keywords to search full text of saved research
  • Use tags to quickly and easily organize research by topic
  • Easily share annotated web research with others via email
  • Annotate, comment and highlight text in a variety of ways


Two editions are available right now:

a) Free - 125MB of storage


b) Student (free) which adds to the basic features:

  • 250MB of storage +
  • Capture citations and create bibliographies in a snap.
  • Compile notes from multiple articles into summaries & reports.
  • Collaborate with others by inviting them to Sharable Libraries.


My comment: An excellent tool for researchers, journalists and teachers who need to permanently save, organize, annotate and highlight different content coming from the web.



More info: http://www.scrible.com


Tour: https://www.scrible.com/tour


Plans: https://www.scrible.com/plans


Bookmarklet: https://www.scrible.com/bookmarklet




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SLRE's curator insight, August 2, 2013 6:45 AM

Handig app om dingen die je op het web tegenkomt van aantekeningen te voorzien en te bewaren.

wanderingsalsero's curator insight, October 20, 2013 7:54 PM

I haven't read this article but I'm seriously interested in the question implied in the title.....i.e. how to 'mark up' information and get them on the web.  In many cases, I think that's adequate for most people's purpose.

 

I have yet to find a tool that I found really comfortable for doing that.  Maybe this is it.

יפה בן-דרור's curator insight, June 22, 2014 9:12 AM

CROCODOC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmWcWbGnpt4

 

A.NNOTATE

 

מגוון של תכניות להערות על PDF

http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/top-web-annotation-and-markup-tools/

 

 

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Preserve Forever Your Bookmarks and Associated Web Pages with Permamarks

Preserve Forever Your Bookmarks and Associated Web Pages with Permamarks | Content Curation World | Scoop.it
When you bookmark with us, we keep an archive of the page in its original form. The permamark is a point of reference forever – even if the original web page is edited or taken down.
Robin Good's insight:



Permamarks is a new web-based bookmarking utility that addresses a key need for anyone needing to collect and preserve "as is" any content / web page found on the web (with a date/time stamp).


Permamarks offers the opportunity to create 100% faithful copies of any web page that integrate actual content and HTML of the original and to save it forever at a dedicated URL.


One of the core objectives of digital curation is in fact one of archiving and preserving for the future any collection item. Permamarks addresses this very issue by allowing you not only to save and bookmark any web page but by also saving the full content and original display format of each.


Web pages can be saved to Permamarks either by copying and pasting a URL or by using the dedicated bookmarklet. Archived pages can be commented and organized into list/collections.


URLs of permanently saved pages cannot be changed, but can be shortened and customized for extra usability.


My comment: Permamarks addresses a need overlooked by most content curation tools available today. The challenge will be for content curators to add an extra step in their curation workflow to first file and preserve the content being curated. Integration with existing curation tools would greatly help, as the second challenge would be for the curator to decide whether to curate the original "live" or the "permanently saved" copy. Ideally, I'd see the curator referring to the original content with a parallel copy being saved and archived for future reference.


Free. Pro plans coming.


By invitation.


More info: https://permamarks.com/



*Get immediate access to Permamarks by participating in the Content Curation for Everyone master class, taking place next Monday July 8th on TheNextWeb Academy. Find out more here: http://www.thenextweb.com/academy/ and here: http://curation.masternewmedia.org



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Asil's comment, August 3, 2013 8:33 PM
The Internet Archive has been a leader on this since the inception of the Internet. They have a subscription service called Archive-It and you can share access to those perma-links using their WayBack Machine. Here's the link to that site: https://archive.org/web/web.php
Robin Good's comment, August 4, 2013 1:33 AM
Asil, thank you so much for this very appropriate reminder.
blogbrevity's comment, August 5, 2013 9:20 AM
Great opportunity to explain the difference! Permamarks is a "hybrid" way to save links, and the basic version is free. Permamarks creates ONE link that is BOTH a bookmark and an archive at the point of time YOU viewed it: http://pmrks.com/cronut-for-saving-links. When you share a permamark, it provides content in the "context" of when you viewed it. That is what makes Permamarks so valuable for scooping. It preserves a link to a current "realtime" page, but if that page has been removed or changed, you automatically have an archived version at the point in time you captured it. Your scoop.it pages stay relevant and free of dead links. This is very different from other archiving or caching services you can go back to and research pages or links archived at "their" point in time (which may be different from "your" point in time.) Robin, this reminds me of when I first defined curation as different from aggregation because curation presented a "point of view." This is so important to curation. Now an individual can save the internet from their own "point of view." Thank you, again, for this great post and discussions.