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What a Content Curator Needs To Know: How, Tools, Issues and Strategy
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Curate Your Favorite Web Destinations Visually with Wibki

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Wibki is a free web app which allows you to easily organize a series of visual "start pages" from which to access your favorite web sites, resources and apps.


Wibki does an excellent job of making it very easy to add and edit new sites to your visual start pages, and it automatically fetches the logo of each one.


You can create as many "start pages" (or tabs) as you like, so that you can keep your favorite web sites organized into different thematic categories. Individual cells can be easily edited, removed or dragged nto different positions.



My comments: An excellent tool to keep and organize in a handy way your favorite web sites. The web site icons and the simple and clean organization make this apparently simple visual bookmarking tool a very effective start page builder and web destinations manager. 


Free to use.


In private beta. 

Request your invitation here: http://www.wibki.com/ 


Read also the story behind Wibki here: http://www.wibki.com/blog/say-hi-to-wibki-the-future-of-browsing/ 




Related sites: www.startme.com 


 




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Tyler Wall's comment, September 20, 2013 3:24 PM
@Robin Good I never thought about the social aspect and that is relevant enough to make it useful for that aspect.
Tyler Wall's comment, September 20, 2013 3:25 PM
@Robin Good As far as the links all you have to do is bookmark it to your bookmark bar and then navigate to teh tab page and drag that link (in your bookmark bar) to the page and it adds it. Not exactly straightforward but it is simple and works.
Robin Good's comment, September 20, 2013 3:30 PM
@Tyler Wall: thank you for clarifying this to me. I was scratching my head quite a bit to find a way to do it. Got it now. ...and glad to have been of help in surfacing the importance of the social sharing aspect.
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Intelligent Visual Bookmarking: Collect - Organize - Access - Retain with Mind iT

Intelligent Visual Bookmarking: Collect - Organize - Access - Retain with Mind iT | Content Curation World | Scoop.it

Mind IT is a free online graphical bookmark manager, uses mind map techniques for rapid bookmark management and access.

 

Get started in 3 easy steps:

1. Create a user account here
2. Install the browser add-on (big orange button to your right)
3. Create your first linkmap here (to learn more about linkmaps, see below)

To view your list of linkmaps, press on the "My Maps" button on the MindiT menu.

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"MindiT is a free online graphical bookmark manager. ...specifically designed MindiT to promote rapid collection, management, and access to online information."

 

To learn more, check out the short video tutorial

 

The common trait to all the tasks above: they all require massive online research.

This is where MindiT comes in.

Collect - Organize - Access - Retain

MindiT is built on the premise that a clean, concise, colorful graphical representation of bookmarks is much more intuitive and useful than the standard list or tree based solutions commonly available.

 

More info: http://www.mindit-bookmarking.com/  


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Organize and Collect Web Pages with Your Highlights on Them: Annotary

Organize and Collect Web Pages with Your Highlights on Them: Annotary | Content Curation World | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Annotary is a free web bookmarking tool, which allows you to collect onto Pinterest-like visual boards, web pages that you have bookmarked matched with your specific text highlights on them.


From the official site: "Bookmark interesting or relevant pages into collections so you can easily find them later. Create as many collections as you want – one for each project, or one for each topic."


Free to use.


Try it out now: http://annotary.com/


(Thanks to Nick Peachey for uncovering this one)



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Tom George's comment, August 12, 2012 1:41 AM
Hey Thomas,
Great curation and thanks for sharing. I am the founder of Internet Billboards, a growing community of curators that use Scoop.it. I noticed your national express page as well, and want to invite you to share your curation with us on Internet Billboards if you like.