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Part 1 of FIVE EASY PIECES: On Curation, Content as Experience and Federated Systems #ThinkState - goonth's posterousBy Gunther Sonnenfeld, with key contributions from Brendan Howley, Ishan Shapiro and Gavin Keech The following is the first of five posts on the evolution of the “Human Web”. “An idea not coupled with action will never get any bigger than the brain cell it occupied.”
September 30, 2009 | 30 Comments Every hour thousands of new videos are uploaded online. Blog posts are written and published.
Date / / Category / Uncategorized In the last decade, the online world has been ruled by two, twin forces: The Crowd and The Algorithm. The collective “users” of the Internet (The Crowd) create, click, and rate, while mathematical equations add scalability and findability to these overwhelming quantities of data (The Algorithm). Like the moon over the ocean, the pull of these two forces help create the tides of popularity (and obscurity) on the Internet.
Over the past two months, I've bookmarked less than a half dozen articles as worth noting for the insights they provide. Looking back over them this past week, I've noticed two dominant themes that are core to the nature of collaboration and the social web.
This is my framing post for the August 4th #smchat I moderated on Content Curation for Twitter. (Although this post breaks my rule for brevity , I hope you enjoy it!) I actually was a successful music DJ once upon time who very early in life had the opportunity to create a very innovative club.
Content curation offers the promise of addressing both information consumers’ and marketers’ challenges in taming the flood of digital information. But as I look at the vendor landscape it is apples and oranges. Vendors are solving several different problems.