TNWiki Article Spotlight – Curated in Curah!

Let's celebrate our Curah! Week...Featuring a bit about Curah! articles on TechNet Wiki and how this amazing tool helps us to share our knowledge, improving overall performance level to find contents easily.

First, here were our previous blog posts for this celebrations:



It seems like it was only yesterday...

My first impression was: What do you mean by that???

So I thought: Wow!!! A solution for aggregating content from different sites on the same topic.

This will change the way search !!!

The most awesome is their ease of use and possibilities for sharing in social networks.

Quickly, a powerful source of information about an author or a topic can be shared !!!

A few days after Jan (Horizon_Net) published post: 

TNWiki Article Spotlight - Curah


The TechNet Wiki did not stopped and we soon began using Curah! to share articles.

Look! One of the first Curah articles on TechNet Wiki been translated into 17 languages (yes, my friends ... "seventeen") !!!

See this article:

What is Curah!, and how do I get started?


So, many other articles about Curah! have been written by Community members.

In fact, the amount articles on different technologies was so great that we should create a new tag:

Curated in Curah!


 You can also find the several articles of your favorite Technology joining the tags (see e.g.):

and many others ...


Well, of course the best part is seeing how Curah! takes care of our precious "articles" ...

See a quick search about our TechNet Wiki.

Have fun using Curah! today and in coming years !!!

Happy birthday Curah!

TechNet Wiki member

See you soon here !

Brazilian Wiki Ninja Durval

Comments (11)

  1. This is cool! Great links! Love the Curah tags on TechNet Wiki!

  2. Anonymous says:

    A year ago Content Services and International (C+E CSI) rolled out a new Microsoft curation service –

  3. Recep YUKSEL says:

    Thank you Mr. Durval, Curah is very good project. Happy Birthday Curah.

  4. Saeid Hasani says:

    Nice blog and useful links! Thanks Durval for sharing!

  5. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Ed!!! The Curah! has helped a lot and the TNWiki tags assist in identify all articles "curated".

  6. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Recep!!! Really is an amazing tool.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Curah!, the new content curation platform launched by Microsoft a year ago, is making a real difference

  8. Anonymous says:

    Searching for technical content is tough enough. Sharing technical content with your peer group isn’t

  9. Anonymous says:

    Curate and create great collections of annotated technical content to share! Curah! is an innovative

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