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AAAAAAAARGH! With a scream from this toes, Dutch journalist Joris Luyendijk demonstrates the frustration he experiences regularly when he is confronted with the complexity of world problems. Despite this frustration, he has accepted the great challenge: by using the opportunities of Internet journalism, he tries to make complicated problems understandable and even fun. Luyendijk is a journalist, the author of four books, and currently keeps a banking blog for The Guardian . In this project, his mission is to discover – by almost anthropological methods – the unwritten rules of bankers’ code of conduct.
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As Georgina discussed , web content curation is nothing new, although if you go by the current frenzy surrounding the concept you’d think it was.