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Backup, Archive and Search All of Your Twitter, Facebook and Gmail Data with Norton Labs Ditto

Backup, Archive and Search All of Your Twitter, Facebook and Gmail Data with Norton Labs Ditto | SocialMediaDesign | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's curator insight, May 20, 2013 2:48 AM



Ditto is a FREE, automated weekly backup of Twitter, Facebook and Gmail with integrated search capabilities.


To curate, means also ability to archive, preserve and safely store the data/information/content available in your newsradar/collection/lineup. As a matter of fact, if you decided to follow-up on an academic pursuit of your data-curation interests, you would be immediately confronted with the learning of the best methodologies, tools and workflows utilized to preserve and archive digital data.


In addition, given the times we are in, and who controls our data, you can never know what happens next, and whether you are always going to be able to access both your account and the data that's in it.


For these reasons I think it is relevant for anyone involved in professionally managing content / data, such as a content curator does, to have the ability to easily and automatically backup all of his Twitter / Facebook data as well as his own Gmail.


With Ditto, you can export all of your backed up data from Facebook, Twitter or Gmail, into a handy PDF file.



Free to use. (max 3GB of archive space can be used - if you leave out your Gmail, that's plenty of space.)


Find out more: https://ditto.norton.com/


Try it out now: http://ditto.norton.com/services




Dr. Michael Simmons's curator insight, May 20, 2013 3:30 PM

Daunting, but probably the direction in which we need to go.

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A Video Storytelling Archive: Great People Relive Unique Memories at Web of Stories

A Video Storytelling Archive: Great People Relive Unique Memories at Web of Stories | SocialMediaDesign | Scoop.it


Robin Good: Web of Stories is a free web site service which collects and organizes great people recounting key memories in video. Web of Stories also provides an opportunity for anyone to record, upload and share their own story in a video clip.

 

Record your story here: http://www.webofstories.com/record

 

On the site, you can already find plenty of videos of famous scientists, authors, movie makers and artists telling their stories through video.

 

Thematic channels: http://www.webofstories.com/channels

 

Telling stories, to help others understand an idea or comprehend what your product / service is all about, is increasingly being recognized as one of the best approaches to convey information in a mode that can be easily followed and absorbed.

 

P.S.: Web of Stories has lots of interesting clips, but nonetheless the opportunity for viewers to vote and rate such videos, navigation and access to the collection best parts remains yet an area in which major imporvements can be done.

 

Try it now: http://www.webofstories.com/

 

 


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Anca Toader's comment, November 5, 2012 12:43 PM
Thx. Have rescooped on New Storytelling Formats.