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Posted by Tom Foremski - March 5, 2010 I first met Patrice Lamothe, co-founder of PearlTrees in November and became fascinated with the PearlTrees service because of the many ways it can be used, and because it is an example of a media technology that is closely integrated into the way people are using the web. Since then, I've played around with PearlTrees and I can see lots of interesting uses for this technology, and its potential in creating a giant, curated web, one which goes beyond simple search, and beyond social tagging as in Delicious .
Posted by Tom Foremski - February 15, 2012
Social bookmarking sites such as StumbleUpon or Delicio.us are great for finding interesting, quirky content.
I'm participating in a panel discussion this morning during the offsite of a major media company. They sent me a list of questions in preparation of the event.
8 Google + The technology adoption lifecycle (TALC) describes how a market develops for a new product category.
The thing that amazes me most when it comes to what is supposedly "news and content curation" on platforms like Scoop.it, is that some of the most popular and trafficked channels have nothing to do with curating a topic for a specific audience.
If you are not familiar with content curation the time is now to jump on board with a new concept of finding and sharing high quality content. Content is the king of social media and the Internet. The reason people conduct searches online is for content but not just any content… high quality content that is useful and informative.