Storify Helps Journalists Filter News

Site extracts best from Twitter, Facebook, and other social media

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As social media users flood the Internet with posts, photos, and videos of breaking news events, it’s getting increasingly hard to siphon out the vital information from the trivial. Now, a Web startup called Storify, which opened in beta form to the public today, is trying to make the news overload a little lighter by helping journalists and other social media users collect and filter information.

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