+Demian Farnworth +Jerod Morris
I'm almost ashamed to say how fascinated I am by this series. Thanks for putting it together and pouring so much awesome sauce all over it!+Joel Zaslofsky
Really interested in hearing more of how you organize via a spreadsheet.
I think Excel stands out particularly well when you are curating evergreen stuff you want to share repeatedly over time on Twitter.
Any service works pretty well if you just want to store links in a spot to later click on to read or copy and paste elsewhere.
I've used Trello for storing links to blog posts and Evernote (which I'm a huge fan of).
For curating good stuff I randomly read as I have time from "Read Later." I like Buffer, but I see real value in loading the best stuff I want to share over and over from my blog and others (cornerstone pages and evergreen content from me or others in my niche) into a spreadsheet uploaded every month, instead of those really good pieces being shared once or twice and that's it because I have no repository to store and upload them from en masse.
On the subject of finding ideas:
Looking forward to trying out http://vellum.nytlabs.com/
as mentioned by Joel as well. Thanks for the mentions about the FAOCAS process as well.
Thanks +Vinay Koshy
for the analysis of the different kinds of curation.
Although I love hanging out on social media, and I know I can trust it for trending stuff, I feel like it's far too time-consuming to hunt down links, when I can get the best stuff fed to me via feedly etc. from sources I've grown to know pump out good blog posts every week.