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Storify Curation Tool Adds Conversation With Livefyre Comments | ReadWriteWeb

Storify Curation Tool Adds Conversation With Livefyre Comments | ReadWriteWeb | An Eye on New Media | Scoop.it

Storify, the Twitter and multi-media curation service that's taken the indie and mainstream media worlds by storm, finally added the ability to post comments on stories tonight with the experimental addition of independent commenting platform Livefyre. Storify hasn't announced the feature yet, but Livefyre has.

 

In order to opt-in to comments on your Storify, users must click the settings button near their logged-in avatars in the top right of the page. Then a link to the Labs page will appear on the left side, which today contains nothing more than a check-box to turn on Livefyre.

 

[curated by Giuseppe Mauriello]

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New Storify Editor Interface Rolls Out - With StoryPad Tool For Gathering And Sharing Media · storify · Storify

I hope this goes well.  I have enjoyed Storify's contribution to my digital life and digital learning.

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The Future of Media: Storify and the Curatorial Instinct

The Future of Media: Storify and the Curatorial Instinct | An Eye on New Media | Scoop.it
The explosion of real-time information through social networks like Twitter and Facebook has created an opportunity for "curation" tools such as Storify, which just launched as a public beta.
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The 5 types of stories that make good Storifys | Poynter.

I've enjoyed following the story of Storify.  Thank you to Terry Elliott's for posting this resource.

 

Poynter.org sums up five case uses for Storify.  As I was reading through these it occurred to me that the 'storifying' process might be used as prep for the writing process.  Writers could use Storify as a newfangled outlining/brainstorming process.  

 

The structure of  Storify fits in well with the idea that all text is story and conversation.  I  also like how it introduces students to the idea of curation and research-as-filtering.  


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The story behind Storify, new real-time curation service

Let's say there's a news event, maybe an earthquake, and you want to collect all the interesting tweets for your friends or blog readers, how would you do it...
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