Thursday, November 23, 2017
Demo of B5DNNCuration

B5DNNCuration is using an "alert" from TalkWalker, set up to scour the internet for content that contains the words "Content" and "Curation."  The minimum words must be 200 words and there is no maximum word count.  The keywords can be in the title or summary of the content as well.  I have linked B5DNNCuration the blog below and set it to auto-export to the blog on a timed schedule.  It will not use content that doesn't have an image associated with it.  


Every post on the blog is done automatically through no intervention on my own with the exception of finding choice content in the queue and manually exporting it.


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Twitter's Project Lightning aims to curate live events with full-time...

Aug 24 2015

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I don't really use hashtags, but if I did, I'd probably file this under #gamechanger. Obviously I'd then follow that up with a #cringe for using hashtags like that and… well, you can see why I don't.

But it kind of looks like Twitter is moving away from hashtags as the way to sort content – or at the very least, not being so over-reliant on them.

The plan is for the social site to start curating user content based on current events everything from the World Cup to natural disaster unfolding Users and non users we ll get to that in minute will be <a href="http://www.pcauthority.com.au/News/405517,twitters-project-lightning-aims-to-curate-live-events-with-full-time-editors.aspx" target="_blank" title="Continue reading original article" style="font-size: 1.2em;">. . .</a>

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