A new website called Storify, allows you to do just that. Storify links Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, and Google (just to name a few) on one platform in which you search a topic and then drag the elements you like and arrange them to create a story. Storify also notifies the sources in which you take your information from and cites your information for you! Storify is so easy to use and incredibly revolutionary. It is a great tool for journalists and bloggers alike to easily create stories with multiple elements. Storify was named by TIME as one of the 50 Best Websites of 2011.
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Twitter is full of pithy, smart stuff, much of which is seen by relatively few people before it is buried and forgotten. The best of it is worth preserving and sharing more broadly. Enter Storify, a clever service that lets you bundle up related tweets, TwitPics, Facebook updates, Flickr photos and other elements onto one page.
The Washington Post, The New York Times and the White House have all used the social reporting tool Storify to drag and drop tweets, posts and other media …