ENTRIES TAGGED "Zite"

Why I created a Flipboard magazine

It fills an open space between Twitter and blogs

Flipboard MagazineFlipboard recently announced the ability for anyone to become a publisher on their platform. Within two weeks 500,000+ magazines were created. I created one of those and I’d like to tell you why.

Before I do that though, let me tell you how you can get my Publishing 2020 magazine. Since Flipboard isn’t available as a web-based app (which is a shame) I can’t just embed a link to the magazine. Here’s the link Flipboard provides, but it’s nothing more than a short note saying my magazine exists and to download the Flipboard app and search for “Joe Wikert” to find it. That’s not the best approach so let’s hope they make it easier to share magazines down the road.

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Why I’m drinking from the Spundge firehoses

First there were RSS feeds, then Zite, and now Spundge

Have you heard of Spundge? I hadn’t till recently but I’m glad Kristen McLean, co-chair of our Author (R)evolution Day, called my attention to it. Kat Meyer and I got a demo of their platform last week and we were both very impressed. What makes Spundge so special?

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The search for serendipitous recommendations

The search for serendipitous recommendations

Mark Johnson on what sets Zite apart and how CNN ownership will affect the company.

Zite CEO Mark Johnson recently sat down with us to talk about his company, how his recommendation engine works and how CNN is welcoming Zite into its family.

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