Cliq.ly Launches Graphical Content Curation


Cliq.ly, which is currently available at the longer URL GoCliqly.com, rolled out yesterday with an interesting take on the ever growing content curation business.

Cliq.ly currently displays a toolbar with (would be) links to “Popular Scenes”, “Views” and “Account”. Currently none of these links work but I’m sure as we see the product develop, apparently in real-time, it looks like people may have the ability to create their own channels of content that they can then share with others.

The filter text box currently works and allows you to filter your results by keywords. Cliq.ly is currently pulling content from Google Blogs, Engadget, TechCrunch, TNW, ArsTechnica and others. Again, one would imagine that as the site grows users will have the ability to control which feeds go into their stream. A lot of questions are still unanswered but the upside is you can watch the growth as it happens.

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