The value of quality curation is only going to increase exponentially. The trend will be to create long term value. People will want to keep their own record – from their Point of View. These are the curators who will build authority. The future vision of the Internet is an “alternative search engine” growing out of archived curation according to Permamarks 23-year old developer Matisse VerDuyn.
Permamarks appreciates being included on our views for the future of curation for the new Curatti project!
Thank you for a great overview of Permamarks, Robin Good! According to Robin: "Permamarks addresses a need overlooked by most content curation tools available today...One of the core objectives of digital curation is in fact one of archiving and preserving for the future any collection item. Permamarks addresses this very issue by allowing you not only to save and bookmark any web page but by also saving the full content and original display format of each."
Thank you, Cendrine! A great post on the value of using Permamarks – "Each saved page has a permanent, uneditable URL that can be shortened and customized. You can also organize your bookmarks into lists." It is also great to use Permamarks to save links in scoop.it collections, too! Never get a dead link again if a page is removed.
"Dr. Stork uses Permamarks to ensure health literacy. Permamarks can date, time, and archive an article on the Internet in addition to saving a real-time version. Dr. Stork also organizes Permamarks into lists with the tool to provide patients with trusted, reliable sources of information."
Thank you, Dr. Stork, for a wonderful overview of the value of Permamarks in healthcare! We are happy you find value in sharing information "as you viewed it" and sharing credible links with your patients. Great lists by the way!
Permamarks gives people control of the digital content they share. The ability to archive digital content is the future of the Internet. Angela Dunn looks at the possibilities.
Permamarks is the only tool the links the past, present, and future! Use permamarks.com to create links that simultaneously link to the current page while also saving the page as an archive for future reference. So even if the web page is later changed or removed, you have the full HTML version of the page captured at the point of time you linked or referenced it.
Use Permamarks for your scoop.it pages with the handy scoop.it share button! No more dead links – make your curation evergreen!