Exciting news. Fraggl, the Twitter curation app I'm building with AdaptiveLab will be launching to our Alpha testing group on Friday of this week. To remind you, Fraggl is setting out to deliver a daily set of awesome links from content shared on Twitter through a unique combination of human, social and algorithmic curation. We've worked hard on both the human curated list and getting the algorithm right and I'm pleased to say that the content I'm seeing is excellent.
So this is your last chance to join our testing group – if you'd like to sign up you can do so here. We'll be closing the Alpha list last thing on Wednesday (UK time) so that we have a controlled group for testing. The testers will receive daily emails with around 8-10 great links. If you become part of the Alpha group you can check out the service in advance of it going public – you can unsubscribe at any time of-course, but your feedback on our first iteration of the service would be really valued. No-one else will be able to access Fraggl until we go live with our beta version of the service, which will happen when we've taken account of all the feedback, made necessary changes, and built the full site.
And finally, my thanks again to the smart folk at AdaptiveLab (below) who have been brilliant to work with on this project. Their work really has been exceptional. Check them out.