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  • http://oooooozoooooone.com Fatin khawarizmi

    Thanks for the post, i will certainly try it out!

  • http://www.theorganicview.com June Stoyer

    I think this is a really cool idea, especially for someone like myself who is an educator and does a LOT of public awareness. Thank you for once again, the scoop on what is the latest and greatest!

  • http://www.GlutenFreeDee.com Gluten Free Dee

    Timely blog Jeff. I was just included in the #NoCo (Northern Colorado) paper the last 2 days for the same story – starting movement to build gluten Free Food Banks around the nation. I’ll build my own paper and let you know what I think. Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/aschottmuller Angie Schottmuller

    Hey Jeff! I’ve been using Paper.li for just over a month now and LOVE it. It’s a profoundly useful way for me to browse content from my Twitter lists. In my opinion, Paper.li has reinvented the newspaper for future generations by creating interactive “papers” with content I’ve prequalified as something I should read.

    My Paper.li Newspapers (Based on Twitter lists):
    Conversion Correspondent #CRO: http://paper.li/aschottmuller/conversion-optimization
    eMarketing Rockstars Review: http://paper.li/aschottmuller/emarketing-rockstars
    #Measure Up – #Analytics Almanac: http://paper.li/aschottmuller/analytics-market-research
    Designer’s Digest: http://paper.li/aschottmuller/design

    Thanks for promoting this awesome tool!

    @aschottmuller

  • http://www.fit2b.us bethany learn

    You have my brain working… this is such a cool idea but the irony of twitter becoming a newspaper source is not lost on me :)

  • http://twitter.com/JDEbberly JD Ebberly

    This is a WONDERFUL idea! I just created the first ever JD Ebberly Daily edition! http://t.co/3S2eLR5

  • John Lawrence

    I’ve been using Paper.li for a few months now. I absolutely love it. Only downside that I’ve found so far – doesn’t seem to print in the same way as you see it on the screen (could be missing a setting however). Love to hear if anyone else has tried to print using normal “print” command vs. screenshot or if anyone knows of a workaround?

  • http://newmedianewmexico.blogspot.com/ msd

    Fabulous, fabulous. Another nail in the coffin of the printosaurus?

  • http://www.ivanwalsh.com Ivan Walsh

    Hey Jeff,

    One suggestion is to merge multiple RSS feeds into a single feed and use the master for the main news source. Yahoo Pipes does it quite well.

    This gives you the flexibility of using different data feeds and keeping the content that bit richer.

    Ivan

  • http://www.esimplestudios.com Gabriele Maidecchi

    I have been using Paper.li since a while as an alternative method to share my #FollowFriday list, and I think it’s a very nice way to present information and allow people to have a more informed reason to like or not a certain Twitter user.

  • http://pipestutorial.com Pipes Tutorial

    Great concept! I definitely agree with @Ivan Walsh’s comment above. Yahoo Pipes is a great tool for mashing up RSS feeds from around the web to provide fresh new content. Plus it’s easy to publish on your blog.

  • http://markjowen.wordpress.com Mark J Owen

    Hi Jeff,

    Although paper.li seems to be a great idea, I have already seen an unfortunate dark side to it.

    I read a tweet that the Daily of one of the people I follow was available. I don’t know the person personally, but have been aware of this person as they are quite respected on th internet for the technical savvy.

    I opened up this person’s daily, and started reading. There was an article about Harry Potter so I looked into that further. It was a story about Harry Potter being tied up in a Dungeon, and he was being tortured. Then as I read more I discoved that it was actually some sort of porn that really disgusted me.

    I tweeted to the person that I did not think that this was appropriate. The person responded that they did not write that, and it was collected automatically.

    Still – I had found it on a electronic “newspaper” called “The XXX Daily”. Even though XXX may not have had anything to do with the story (directly), I now associate that porn story with that person. XXX has fallen drastically in my estimation.

    One tip is – when you get the paper created, it will, by default, send out a tweet when the paper is ready. I suggest deactivating this, and checking what’s in the paper first before tweeting about it.

  • http://www.essentialu.typepad.com Kayla @EssentialU

    Way cool! Going to have a meeting with my team next week regarding this one!

  • http://www.melodylealamb.com Melody Lamb

    Very cool idea, Jeff! Love it. Best of luck with your New Twitter Newspaper

  • http://www.burtchiropractic.com Eduard Burt, D.C., MUAC

    Great Post. Just built what O hope the worlds first Twitter Chiropractic Newspaper
    Chiropractic Daily World News http://bit.ly/95Lfkr
    Thank you very much for this information.

  • Wesley Gransden

    I’ve used it before and pulled the plug on it because of unintended content that was inappropriate to my values (but obviously not to some of my followers). Its difficult to manage and at the time it was easier to pull than manage. That said when it worked it worked very well. Will try again soon and use the suggestion by Mark J Owen above.

    Wesley

  • http://twitter.com/GabyORourke Gabriella O’Rourke

    I was impressed the first couple of times I saw this tool in action, but after seeing a ton of people in my community publish their own ‘daily’ I’m not so sure. RTing works because you share only the news stories and ideas that you value. Also, when you retweet you can quote the original and add a unique thought of your own. I’m beginning to see these ‘Daily’s” as undesirable spam with little or no thought put into the quality of the material collated and shared. Sorry Jeff, my vote on Paper.Li is “nice idea in theory, fails in action”. I would prefer a bit more discerning selection of stories and ideas and the chance for the editor to add more their own blend and oversight to the material. It falls into the ‘easy to produce but not so good for the consumer’ category.

  • http://sarcasticsam.com Samuel Clemons

    I think most of these comments miss the point by a bit. you humans like to see your name in lights. when you send out the daily to the people whom you are showcasing in said daily, the person will send that daily to their stream, and their supporters will open it up, and see out of a sense of curiosity what prompted you to be published in said daily. thus it becomes a way for the people who are highlighted to disseminate your name, and vicariously their own name as it were to their streams. moreover, those people who have been put in the daily may also bookmark the article, and go back, save it to show their grandmother, whatever.

    humans should think beyond their own personal “feelings” or observations when leaving comments and look at the larger picture and the sociological reaction that social media has upon the information stream, and the symbiotic relationship between the outlet and the audience.

    my masseuse is outside, honking her horn at me, she’s taking me shopping, and modeling some new outfits… hopefully it won’t cost me too much on my credit card.

    have a great evening, thanks for posting the review of this product.

    I tweet at @Samuel_Clemons

  • http://twitter.com/mystoso Christine Fernand

    I started the Christine Fernand daily about a month ago when I saw the Dave Stewart daily and thought it was a pretty neat idea. In hindsight I should have used tags and lists as mine can be a bit boring and lacking in any theme (but now I know).

    I find it interesting to look through the days tweets via paper.li as I have found some useful links that I would otherwise have missed within the timeline.

    I also find it interesting to look at the papers of those I am following. Through them I find more articles that are of interest to me and people I would like to follow. It has been a success for me.

  • http://twitter.com/LikeMkg Lisa Schneider

    Your post is timely as I am just diving into Paper.li. I like the sound of option 3, where the daily is generated by a specific list. You can very selective with your list which should solve some of the concerns I read in comments below about random content being published. This social media world is changing every second and I think we all have to be so careful to spend time evaluating before implementing to keep our professional credibility strong. I do intend to give Paper.li a once-over to see if it is valuable to my audience, or just another cool piece of technology that doesn’t add anything of significance to the platform.

  • Katahdin07

    Have had mine for several months and think. It. Is a great resource

  • http://www.carenlibby.com Caren Libby

    Fantastic insight into how paper.li works. I’ve been enjoying it for awhile, but I haven’t tried the hash tag version. Thanks for sharing Jeff! #stl

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  • http://robincampbell.ca Robin Campbell

    Thanks for the informative article on Paper.li Jeff. I realize that this post is months old and I’m wondering if you’ve been using paper.li yourself. If so, have you found it useful and how are you using it? I found the paper to be quite cluttered and the stories to be very hit or miss. I haven’t been able to find an explanation of how they choose what makes up a top story.

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