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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged aggregation

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Kevin: A brief comparison of two social media aggregation and story-telling services, Storify and Storyful. It has a simple breakdown on which service is best for your needs.

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Kevin: Interesting write up on personalised aggregator Ongo that the NYTimes, Washington Post and Gannett have ploughed $12m into. What's interesting is that this ship might have left the dock with services like Flipboard, Feedly and Zite. Even if RSS is 'super-advanced', which I don't believe it is, I'm not sure that this fills a need better than other free options. In terms of RSS, I think it suffers a lack of awareness more than anything. Interesting write up by Rick Edmonds nonetheless.

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Kevin: A look at Ongo, a new paid aggregator launched by Alex Kazim, a former eBay executive. He has secured $12m in funding from The New York Times Co, the Washington Post and Gannett. It looks interesting, although some have dismissed it out of hand. It's one to watch.

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Kevin: Drew Vigal looks at a number of services launched to "join community narratives" including Storify, Intersect and Projeqt.

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Kevin: The Media Guardian is moving away from being a business to business publisher, and incoming editor Dan Sabbagh says that they will instead link to stories from business publications focusing on the media. They want to become a "media portal".

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Kevin: Reuters does some followup on News Corp's aggregator/digital news stand called Project Alesia. It was put on ice because it didn't get enough buy-in from other publishers. News Corp wanted to keep more customer data than other publishers were comfortable with.

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Kevin: If you'd like to see how Tumblr can be useful for some good aggregation blogging, check out these 12 media Tumblrs from Mashable. I definitely like the accounts from The Atlantic and Pro Publica (Officials say the darnedest things). I'll have to check out the one from The Economist and NPR's Fresh Air, two bits of media that I quite enjoy.

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