This is my 3rd in a series of posts examining our Optimal Access features against Robin Good’s criteria for the ideal content curation tool. Here, Robin is asking you to examine “clipping features” when considering a curation tool. Let’s take a look at the set of questions and or response.
Content Curation is a step up to bookmarking and sharing content on the Internet. There are two separate and yet equally important phases to content curation, discovery and sharing! To stay objective with the review of our own tools, I have chose this post by Robin Good, where he defines the criteria for selecting the right curation solution.
One of the best ways to evaluate the functionality of Optimal Access is to measure it against the 21 criteria Robin Good has listed for describing his ideal content curation tool. I’d like to add that over and above his one-to-one feature comparison, one needs to evaluate usability. So by adding short and simple videos to our postings, it will demonstrate how our tool makes curation and web navigation so much easier.
You hear many people complaining that they don’t want to close their browser windows, in fear of losing their tabs. Keeping many tabs open is not only a productivity drain, but it will also impact the performance of your computer since each open tab is using valuable memory you need to work efficiently with your active windows.
The fact is we are always in research mode. Every day we receive tens of emails, go online to LinkedIn, Facebook and visit various news and information sites to stay informed. During all these activities we find gems. Articles and insights that we like, re-tweet and share in various fashions to inform our social groups.