Thanks, I've spiffed it up. Learned a lot more about what is out there. Now we see why it is hard for the companies, lots of alternatives and competition. A "Top 10" or 25 list would be interesting.
Note the section on tool pages used to describe the tools on the upper right. The Zeef on Content Curation. is especially strong.
One thing lacking in Papaly (and many tools) is a good feedback and discussion and improvement method (e.g. uservoice). Maybe such a page should be connected to the Papaly et al. page. Any suggestions as to how?
Also a minor lack is (unless I missed it) the ability to load all the urls in a category at one time. I use that in Firefox bookmarks a lot.
I'd like to learn more about the Cloud Notes section in the Awesome Websites. I think Fargo may be a good addition there. And Simplenote is not there. While I generally use Evernote, the idea of a pure online service is always interesting. Especially for easy sharing.
Back to Papaly. Even though I make it 4-5-6-7 columns, the url to view it by guests only shows three columns.https://papaly.com/s...Curation-Start-Pages
This was surprising. However, others show up with more columns, so maybe there is a setting?https://papaly.com/p...lds-Top-500-Websites
Right now, Zeef is in the lead. They have a vibrant community of of existing contributors so in some cases (eg. SEO) you can link to multiple interesting pages to start. Saw some suggestion possibilities. Technically, Zeef and Papaly both had their strong points, but Papaly is dormant now internally.
Granted, there are a few different needs. Your own workspace, corroboration on biz and projects, curating material for a web page or newsletter. Aid to social marketing. Visual bookmarking. There are $ considerations on some.
Which ones have given the best buzz?