At the end of last year, I mentioned the Paper.li service, which creates a newspaper-like publication from ingathered tweets. Not only has the service survived and grown in popularity, it has improved. There’s a list of changes here.
Two changes I like are the ability for automatic updating, which I don’t remember from before, and scope for using a background image. I’ve applied both to my sample newspaper, The Forestry List, putting it on weekly updating.
More relevant to our concerns here is a journal called Enterprise Social Biz 2.0, by Eric Ziegler. He’s gone for a much wider range of sources than I and has opted for daily updating. The result looks useful.
I’m being lazy and just passing on to you two lists other people have made:
1. Mashable has this — 4 Promising Curation Tools That Help Make Sense of the Web. It doesn’t mention Paper.li.
2. Social Media B2B lists 15 Useful Twitter Tools for B2B Social Media.
There are more suggestions in the comments to each of the articles. Good luck!
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