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16 MAY 2011

The #WebGradEngine: web design employment aggregator

"Over the last few days, and as my graduation has got closer, I've wanted to increase my job searching capabilities. What better way to do this than through a single page that updates in real–time!

Using a custom search in Twitter and multiple 'Web Design jobs' RSS feeds combined into one RSS feed, I'm creating some sort of a custom TweekDeck for job hunting.

As I slowly develop it into including more RSS feeds and better custom searches through Twitter I hope that this will be a product that can help any type of Web Designer looking for work.

Being released as Version 1, I know it's not perfect but the information it's gathering is so I wanted to be able to share it as early as possible.

Feel free to add suggestions of RSS Feeds or particular Twitter searches you might use. I am wanting to add in multiple searches like 'need web & designer' being one, 'want, web & designer' being another and 'hire, web & designer' being a third. These are ones I've used in the past and have worked.

I've also considered a Freelance section and a Professional section. Freelance being more small jobs picked up through Twitter, then Professional being more permanent job related."

(Daniel Ryland, 2011)

[A rough–and–ready feed aggregation tool created by the final NTU Multimedia student Daniel Ryland to help him find a job as a web designer.]

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2011aggregator • custom search • Daniel Ryland • design industrydesign practitionerdesigneremployment • feed aggregation • freelancehiringinteractive media • job hunting TweekDeck • job search engine • job searchingMultimedia alumnimultimedia careersmultimedia graduate • multimedia industry • multiple searches • NTUNTU MultimediarecruitmentRSSRSS feedstool • TweekDeck • Twitter • Twitter searches • web design jobs • web designer • web designer looking for work • WebGradEngine

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Multimedia
13 MAY 2011

Taptu: another content integration tool

"Taptu provides instant access to all your interests in one beautiful little app.

Check out what's happening on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn, keep up with the latest news and gossip from your favourite online sources and then share all the best bits with your friends.

Taptu keeps you up–to–date with all of your content with highly personal and visual 'streams'. You can view them at a glance and then dive in if you want to see more."

(Mitch Lazar, Taptu CEO)

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2011aggregating relevant contentAndroid appsapp • Bing RSS • bookmarkcollection • comment and like • content integration • content streams • convergenceFacebook • Facebook stream • favourites • Google Reader • gossipinformationiPadiPhoneLinkedIn • Mitch Lazar • orderingpersonalisationRSSRSS feedssharing • StreamStore • Taptu • technologytoolTwitterTwitter stream • visual streams • visualisation

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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