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Ileane Smith's Scoop.it Beginnings

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Ileane first discovered Scoop.it through a link posted on Twitter by fellow curator Anise Smith. The second she saw Scoop.it, Ileane recalls thinking to herself "Oh my gosh that's gorgeous!" She fell in love with everything about the layout and how it made the content stand out. Although it took her a second to figure out where to click, as soon as she got it, she was hooked.


Using Scoop.it, Ileane realized that curation was a great way for her to build authority in some topics related to her professional field. For example, she might be known for her expertise in blogging tutorials, but she also has a great interest in YouTube. Although this might not be blogging, Ileane has a personal aspiration to succeed in using YouTube as well. Curating her topic on YouTube has gotten her a lot of attention, because it crosses so many different areas like business, education, and so on. Ileane is also able to add to her expertise by curating a topic on podcasting. Because she herself is still a student of podcasting, she is able to use curation to find and look through articles and learn in the process.


Ileane hasn't forgotten about her roots, though. She still has a Scoop.it topic about her blog. Though this tends to be easily misunderstood, she explains, she uses it to keep track of the people who mention or share her blog so she is able to thank and interact with that person. She always makes sure to go back and comment, even if she doesn't have a chance at the time. Keeping all of these mentions and social connections in one place makes it easy for Ileane to stay in touch with, and more importantly, give back to her online community.


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Ileane Smith's Scoop.it Beginnings

"Ileane first discovered Scoop.it through a link posted on Twitter by fellow curator Anise Smith. The second she saw Scoop.it, Ileane recalls thinking to herself "Oh my gosh that's gorgeous!" She fell in love with everything about the layout and how it made the content stand out. Although it took her a second to figure out where to click, as soon as she got it, she was hooked.


Using Scoop.it, Ileane realized that curation was a great way for her to build authority in some topics related to her professional field. For example, she might be known for her expertise in blogging tutorials, but she also has a great interest in YouTube. Although this might not be blogging, Ileane has a personal aspiration to succeed in using YouTube as well. Curating her topic on YouTube has gotten her a lot of attention, because it crosses so many different areas like business, education, and so on. Ileane is also able to add to her expertise by curating a topic on podcasting. Because she herself is still a student of podcasting, she is able to use curation to find and look through articles and learn in the process.


Ileane hasn't forgotten about her roots, though. She still has a Scoop.it topic about her blog. Though this tends to be easily misunderstood, she explains, she uses it to keep track of the people who mention or share her blog so she is able to thank and interact with that person. She always makes sure to go back and comment, even if she doesn't have a chance at the time. Keeping all of these mentions and social connections in one place makes it easy for Ileane to stay in touch with, and more importantly, give back to her online community".


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12 Scoop.it Curators Share Top Curation Tips

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Curation is sometimes confusing. Everyone has a different definition and it's used in many different ways as part of content and marketing strategies.

 

I asked 10 of my favorite curation experts for their best tips, tools, their favorite curator and suggestions on innovative uses of curation. Each is a curator on Scoop.it, my favorite curation tool and channel. New and experienced curators are going to learn from their advice.

 

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Lee Wise's curator insight, October 7, 2013 10:54 PM

Some will enjoy this resource!

wanderingsalsero's curator insight, October 20, 2013 8:12 PM

I haven't read this yet but "panels" are always a good way to get a synopsis of any subject......in this case: curation.

Maria Richards's curator insight, March 29, 4:51 PM

It seems so simple here!

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Jisc Informer / Numéro 39, printemps 2014 | # jiscinform | MOOCs et droit d'auteur

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Social Media, Big Data and Visualization - HootSuite Social Media Management

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Freud, Victor Hugo, Balzac: comparez votre rythme de vie avec celui d'un génie | Slate

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Vous avez, comme Freud, 24 heures dans chacune de vos journées, et pourtant, lui a inventé la psychanalyse, et vous... Vous vous êtes en train de lire Slate au lieu d'analyser vos proches, leurs rêves, leurs pulsions sexuelles, leurs névroses. Vous avez aussi 24 heures dans vos journées comme ...
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Heureusement comme le conclut l'article "il n'y a pas un modèle unique"  ...seulement du génie.

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Distant Black Hole Spins at Half the Speed of Light

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Back when the universe was half its present age, supermassive black holes were feeding from a steady and plentiful diet of neighboring galaxies, the first measurement of a distant supermassive black hole’s spin shows.


Taking advantage of a naturally occurring zoom lens in space, astronomers analyzed X-rays streaming from near the mouth of a supermassive black hole powering a quasar about 6 billion light years from Earth.


“The ‘lens’ galaxy acts like a natural telescope, magnifying the light from the faraway quasar,” University of Michigan astronomer Rubens Reis explains in a paper published in this week’s Nature.


Analyzing four magnified images created by the lens galaxy -- an elliptical galaxy about 3 billion light years away -- Reis and colleagues found that the quasar’s black hole is spinning at half the speed of light.


The spin rate directly relates to how black holes feed and grow: The steadier the diet, the faster the spin, computer models show. “If the mass accretion was more messy it would suggest that the black hole would have a lower spin,” astronomer Mark Reynolds, also with University of Michigan, told Discovery News.


“What we found in this system is that it’s spinning very rapidly,” Reynolds said, consuming mass equivalent to about one sun per year. Spin rates may evolve over time, reflecting changes in evolution of galaxies.


At some distance, the black holes’ spins might be even higher, approaching light speed, and then slow down to RX J1131’s spin rate.


“If we go back further, maybe they’ll all be maximally spinning because of more mergers and more things happening. Or maybe they’ll be less spinning. We can theoretically produce both scenarios at the moment,” Reynolds said.



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Scoopit, Google+ & the Conversation Revolution

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Prévalence de planètes Terre taille orbitant autour d'étoiles semblables au Soleil

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Une question importante est de savoir si les planètes appropriés pour la biochimie sont communs ou rares dans l'univers. Petites planètes rocheuses avec de l'eau liquide jouissent ingrédients clés pour la biologie. Nous avons utilisé la National Aeronautics and Space Administration Kepler télescope pour étudier 42 000 étoiles semblables au Soleil pour dimmings périodiques qui se produisent quand une planète passe devant son étoile hôte. Nous avons trouvé 603 planètes, dont 10 sont de taille de la Terre et de l'orbite dans la zone habitable, où l'eau liquide en surface les conditions le permettent.Nous avons mesuré la détectabilité de ces planètes en injectant dimmings planète causée synthétiques dans Kepler mesures de luminosité. Nous constatons que 22% des étoiles semblables au Soleil port planètes Terre en orbite autour de la taille dans leurs zones habitables. L'telle planète la plus proche peut être dans les 12 années-lumière..

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Ce que l'on sait de Kepler-186f, la sœur (presque) jumelle de la Terre

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Une équipe de scientifiques dirigée par la Nasa pense que de l'eau pourrait exister à l'état liquide sur cette exoplanète.
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Fusion des Régions. Comment se dessine la future carte de France

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Manuel Valls a lancé le big bang territorial il y a dix jours et les tractations ont débuté entre Régions. Pendant que certaines accélèrent, d'autres mettent le
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First Earth-Sized, Potentially Habitable Exoplanet Found

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Five hundred light years from Earth, Kepler-186f orbits in the habitable zone of its red dwarf star.
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La sonde Cassini découvre des satellites éphémères dans les anneaux de Saturne - Science et vie

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Les anneaux de Saturne sont en perpétuelle évolution. De petits satellites de glace s'y forment par centaines, puis se désagrègent.
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La boîte à outil 2014 du marketeur Web - Etourisme.info

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Je suis tombée récement sur ce super article Tools you Need For Internet Marketing in 2014 de la firme TechWise comportant l’ensemble des outils  essentiels en 2014 pour le marketeur Web. Il s’agit d’une superbe exécution d’une stratégie de contenus pour cette firme spécialisée en marketing interactif, soit dit en passant.  L’article dirige vers plusieurs outils pour différents types de besoins du marketeur Web qui peuvent être tout à fait pertinent pour toute organisanisme ou entreprise …
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Arrêtez d'essayer d'être humain - Essayez d'être utile.

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Update: Ddos attacks on Scoop.it

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Since last Friday, we've experienced several Ddos attacks (distributed denial of service) on Scoop.it that sadly are significantly affecting our service's availability. Continue reading →
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Le succès du toulousain Scoop.it | Tout ce qui buzz | France 3

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Why lean is the future of content marketing

Vous avez entendu parler avant: vous avez besoin d'une stratégie de contenu. Mais comment pouvez-vous faire un impact sans d'énormes budgets et les ressources? 


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Will you check this scoop? Thank you so much. http://sco.lt/5okJ17
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Establishing quality should be the first step. If you start fast and focus on production, the quality will suffer and might not ever catch up. Less is more here.
Bertrand Marouzé's curator insight, April 22, 12:43 PM

Le lean est partout / lean is everywhere

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Scoop.it Tip of the Week - POWER OF THE RESCOOP!

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We are all starting to understand the importance of social sharing.


Scoop.it rescoops is sharing in overdrive!

 

When you rescoop another Scoop.it users post, the benefits get multiplied for both you and person who scooped the article first.

 

Rescoop, add insight and grow your community!


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Michelle Gilstrap's curator insight, April 11, 1:19 PM

I started using Scoop.it a while back and this illustrates the power of Scoop.it!

Luigi Cappel's curator insight, April 11, 2:58 PM

As Seth Godin says in his excellent book Linchpin. If you share, everyone is better off, including yourself.

Emmanuel Gigante's curator insight, April 15, 2:31 PM

#grew myaudience   :)
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Pourquoi on n'habitera jamais les planètes "habitables"

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Des milliards d'astres similaires à la Terre, situés dans d'autres systèmes solaires, sont "potentiellement" habitables, selon des astronomes. Vraiment ?
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The evolving, expanding Twitterverse: A look at the latest updates

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Twitter is changing its profile pages to include larger header images and other new features. Many are comparing it to the look of Facebook. Here’s a breakdown.
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Interview de Marc Rougier : la curation par Scoop.it - YouSeeMii

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Considérée comme étant le mot à la mode en 2011, la « curation » donne l’impression de n’être au final qu’un sujet peu abordé dans le domaine du community management… A mi-chemin entre la veille et le blogging, cette tâche s’avère pourtant être un atout de taille pour un Social Media Manager qui se doit de connaître [&hellip...
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Google vous embarque à la découverte des gigantesques temples du Cambodge comme si vous y étiez

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Des chercheurs utilisent la bactérie E. coli pour produire du biocarburant

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What a creationist version of the Cosmos would look like

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Funny or Die pokes fun of those who like listening to stories over understanding science in its latest: Creationist Cosmos. It's like the new Neil DeGrasse Tyson Cosmos reboot TV show only made for Creationists. So instead of explanations about the universe, we get very unscientific reasons of why things exist. It's all in silly fun.
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Espèces exotiques envahissantes: "les dommages et les coûts continuent d’augmenter"

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Toute l’actualité du service de presse du Parlement européen: votes, résolutions, débats, commissions parlementaires et sessions plénières.
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