Many people are trying Paper.li these days. This service enables you to create a “daily newspaper” out of tweets. For example, you could select the @guykawasaki account, and you’d “publish” a “newspaper” that looks like this: Guy Kawasaki Daily.
Here are examples of Paper.li newspapers using Alltop feeds:
The key to an interesting and useful Paper.li newspaper is the inclusion of Twitter accounts with interesting and useful links in them. Here is a list of all the Alltop topics that we’ve already set up with Twitter accounts. All you need to do is follow any of these Twitter accounts, and Paper.li will analyze the links in them and include the most relevant ones in your newspaper. Each Alltop topic represents the aggregation of the latest news from dozens of websites and blogs for each topic.
@Alltop_Intdes (interior design)
@Alltop_NFL (NFL football)
@Alltop_NYT (New York Times)
@Alltop_Social (social media)
@Alltop_TW (Twitter news)
@Alltop_VC (venture capital)
@Alltop_Webdes (web design)
Alltop covers more than 825 Alltop topics so we can help you create a newspaper that covers almost every subject area. You can even do this yourself for any Alltop topic:
Grab the Alltop topic’s RSS feed by adding “rss/” to its link address.
Create a Twitter account.
Go to Twitterfeed and add the RSS feed to the Twitter account. The “advanced settings” in Twitterfeed must look like this:
If this is too hairy for you, just leave a note in the comment area below with the name of the Alltop topic that you’d like to use, and we’ll take care of you.Author on Google+