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Percolate: Where Tumblr and Twitter Go to Hang Out
Posted By Christina DesMarais On July 13, 2011 @ 1:26 pm In Blogging and Social Media,Internet and Online Business,Tools on Managing Technology | No Comments
If you’ve ever had a blog you likely know the feeling of occasionally not knowing what to write. A new blogging platform called Percolate seeks to solve that problem by tapping into your RSS and Twitter feeds, culling content based on your interests, and offering you the ability to share your thoughts on subjects with friends, explains Austin Carr for FastCompany.
“In many ways, Percolate aims to be equal parts Tumblr, Google Reader, and Twitter,” Carr writes. “Like Tumblr, user content is divided between your own feed–called your ‘Filter’–and your follower feeds–called your ‘Brew.’ But instead of having to post your own content, Percolate features a steady stream of interesting content, from you and your friends, for you to comment on.”
Percolate will be launching for invitation-only beta testing next week.
Read more at FastCompany .
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