Sam H.

Back to the Future? I’ve been online long enough to remember  when those of us with online diaries (pre-blog era) were considered  so weird, a psychologist did a study of us. (At the time, there were only about 125 of us. We tested as more private than most people,  but we were also greater risk-takers.)I also remember when a  “weblog” (the root of the term, “blog”) was a list of cool links with comments about each of them. That’s when Yahoo had barely  started, and the sea of websites… well, we hadn’t a clue how  to find the best of the new sites & articles, except from our friends ‘ links (weblogs) and the occasional WebRing. So, I’m thrilled to  see curated content returning to center stage. In my opinion, it’s where  the real fun of the Internet started. Today, search engines can’t  keep up with the plethora of new (and improved) websites.And, when  I’m searching at Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc., I’m frustrated by the  listing loopholes exploited by spammers.CurationSoft saves the day! I’m delighted to have affordable software to find great websites  to share with others. Of course, I still need to curate the articles  the software finds for me, but CurationSoft reduces my work by at least  3/4… and it’s fun at the same time! Thank you, CurationSoft!

Sam H.

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