Via Robin Good--a NYT experiment that "acts as a reading list for your Twitter feed, finding all the links that are being shared by those you follow on Twitter and displaying them each with their full titles and descriptions. This flips the Twitter model, treating the links as primary and the commentary as secondary (you can still see all the tweets about each link, but they are less prominent). Vellum puts a spotlight on content, making it easy to find what you should read next."
Links are ranked by how often those you follow share them.
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Joyce Valenza's insight:
EdSurge Guide presents a great summary with its infographic.
"Personalized learning communities, strategies and tools for educators in the digital era."
"If you want to become a good photographer, you have to be a good storyteller first. An image with a story, one that evokes emotion and curiosity will rise above other images and catch the viewer’s attention."
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