The Jelly Reading List

 
Jelly is the new iPhone and Android app from Twitter co-founder, Biz Stone.

The basic premise is of "loosely distributed networks of people coordinating via Jelly to help each other." Here's their video to explain more:

I've been playing around with the app this morning and found the experience a mix of Instagram and Quora. You post a photo and ask a question to go with that photo. Other people can then answer your question and link out to sites that support their answer.

Playing around with Jelly, I asked "What are the essential sites or newsletters to subscribe to?"

I thought it would be useful to share the list in case there's anything new, interesting or useful for you.

"What are the essential sites or newsletters to subscribe to?"

Got something to add? Let me know in the comments. Or better yet, leave an answer on Jelly.

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