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Posted by Tom Foremski - March 31, 2011 As the subject of curation takes off VCs are funding more "curation" startups which could likely lead to a bubble in this sector.
by Jason Keath on Jul 11, 2011
in Share 6 One of the great things about my particular community, I’ve discovered, is that people aren’t afraid to ask me questions. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been writing a lot about curating content online both here and at 12most.com .
Installation by Os Gêmeos at MOCA's Art in the Streets Exhibit in Los Angeles
In 2006, when Jeff Howe hailed “The Rise of Crowdsourcing,” the phenomenon was unfamiliar even to his Wired audience. Five years later, “crowdsourcing” is an overused buzzword and websites are swarming with free content.
by John Sviokla | 8:25 AM June 11, 2010
I recently had a nice state-of-the-book industry chat with a friend who works at a higher education book publisher. Her job is essentially to think up and implement new products with existing content that her company retains the intellectual property rights to. During the conversation, we started reminiscing about college days when we needed to go to the reference section of the university library to check out a packet of photocopied ancillary material that the professor selected to augment the core texts.
Comments (3) Share: Sam Decker is a brilliant marketer who is now the CEO of a company called Mass Relevance .
We largely invest in consumer web services with a large number of engaged users where the users create the content. Services like this can become messy and hard to navigate.