Paper.li: Create your own Twitter newspaper
|Author(s)||Jessica Haswell, Socialbrite|
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|Estimated study time||15 minutes|
Paper.li is a fresh new take on Twitter that organizes not just the tweets but the content from the links. The free service assembles the heart of the Twitter content you care about into one graphically pleasing magazine-style layout. Here's a tutorial on how to create a paper.li in under a minute.
From a website with a clear social mission, Paper.li is presented here as a “fast, easy, terrific promotional tool to educate your followers about your cause”; we think that it can also be useful to students as a way of providing “context” to a Twitter stream. Note that this post was written a couple of years ago and some of the references may need updating -for example, the “Create your own daily paper” button in Paper.li is now “Start your paper”.
|Licence||Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported|
|Timestamp||This information table was last updated on 27 June 2012|