Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Pearltrees is a web-based visual content curation service that launched two years ago, and I was one of the first to publish about it before its official launch at LeWeb in December 2009.At that time, I labeled the web application as a “visual mapping of the web”, now that content curation and the “Interest Graph” are becoming increasingly fashionable, describing it as a “visual content curation service” should be more accurate.
The app allows users to collect web pages and arrange them in pearls and pearl trees (topics), they can also share them and collaborate on others’ pearltrees using the feature “Team” that was released in 2010. According to the company, the service currently has over 200,000 users that collected over 10 million pearls and is growing at a 15% rate.
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