Now it’s time to present to you 5 Paper.li created “newspapers”. Paper.li organises links shared on Twitter into easy to read newspapers. You can create newspapers from Twitter lists, Twitter hashtags or advanced Twitter searches.
So, if you aren’t active on Twitter – or you simply don’t have time to keep up with the incredible pace of the real time web – then take a look at these papers. Bookmark the ones you find useful, add an alert for the ones you really don’t want to miss – and if you’re a Twitter user, log in and create a few of your own.
I’ve spent a little bit of time trying to make these newspapers relevant and on topic. A bit of digital curation if you will.
Included in the list is a bonus paper from Jens Wedin – The UX Daily featuring articles about user experience.
Based on my Intranet Twitter list that includes the prominent Intranet bloggers and experts. Intranet managers everywhere should add an alert for this paper!
A Weekly newspaper created from an advanced Twitter search in order to pick up all eye tracking related tweets.
Based on my Swedish Twitter list that contains people based in Sweden who are following me on Twitter or whom I follow. A great number of the articles featured are in Swedish.
Another paper based on an advanced Twitter search, this paper gives you a daily digest of articles about QR Codes. Great source of example and inspiration for using barcodes.
A bonus paper – Created by Jens Wedin and features articles about user experience design. This too is a paper with focus and a high relevancy rate.
Enjoy the newspapers! Have you created a useful Paper.li newspaper? Let me know about it in the comments below.