Digital Publishing Workflow Management
I have a serious problem with how I find, attend to, curate, add to, and finally, publish information. Here’s my basic flow today:
- I use Facebook, Twitter, RSS, email and web-browsing to find interesting items. \n
- Then I use Google Reader Shared Items, Twitter Starred Items, Facebook Likes, Instapaper, Delicious, and Tumblr Likes to store the things that get my attention. \n
- Finally I publish a subset of those to 2 Tumblr Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and this blog to capture ideas and share what I find interesting \n
- I’d like to review everything from a certain time period and collect the best ones for sending in an email (and I’d love a tool to help judge which in that mountain of sources got the most reaction from the world). \n
This is broken I need help in fixing this, and it could be helped by a very simple workflow tool.\n
I’d also like whatever tools I use to collect items that get my attention to add a data layer that I can use to make interesting connections later (example: tags in delicious). Taxonomies and codification is good because it helps me understand the information better, however, I need to understand how I’m going to reference that taxonomy later if I’m expected to keep it up manually.\n
How many people have this problem? Is there a niche market product for this serving bloggers/journalists/intellectuals here? What would a well-built “publishing workflow management for teams of 1″ look like?\n
Anyone wanna ruminate on this one with me? I have several ideas.\n
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