Soon after Maryanne Wolf published “Proust and the Squid,” a history of the science and the development of the reading brain from antiquity to the twenty-first century, she began to receive letters from readers. Hundreds of them. While the backgrounds of the writers varied, a theme began to emerge: the more reading moved online, the less students seemed to understand."
If you use Chrome, you can collect several open tabs at once with this extension -- great way to save your place if you have to quite while in the middle of researching something, but also a good way to package disparate sources of information together.
Content strategy and content marketing are relatively new words.Even though many of us have been blogging, writing articles, outlining pages, auditing websites, and doing other strategic and content marketing tasks for years, it’s really been over...
Follow Robin Good on Scoopy,it, if you don't already. I'm rescooping this great graphic he's found which details the steps of effective content curation -- not just the finding and reproducing, but all the ways of organizing and customizing the content to optimize it's usefulness to readers.
Content - How do you know which pieces of content are working well for your business? The following infographic by Brandpoint walks marketers through the process of measuring their content marketing and ...
Another service which combines your own social media preferences with some real-time discovery and organisation. 5. Social Buzz (from social-searcher.com)
Social Buzz works by taking your keywords, running a search and then adding the analytics associated with those results to give you the most relevant content options. Why tools like these give you a competitive advantage
Real-time discovery of quality content is becoming more important as pre-scheduling older content no longer has the same impact
The Chart explains this in more detail:
The best time to find and share content is during the 'real-time content discovery hot spot' which means you're more likely to be viewed by your networks as a news breaker as opposed to a news follower.