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Uploaded on Nov 20, 2010
Let's say there's a news event, maybe an earthquake, and you want to collect all the interesting tweets for your friends or blog readers, how would you do it? Or, let's say all your family and friends were using Facebook and Twitter plus a bunch of other sites like Flickr and YouTube to capture your kids' first birthday party. How would you keep those all together?
Storify has the answer. Its system lets you curate, or tell stories, about what's going on in the real-time web. You can join tweets, Flickr photos, Facebook messages, YouTube videos, and more together into a "story" on Storify. Here the company's founders tell you why that's significant.