Curation 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. There is always a signal to noise issue. I'm a big fan of curation in these services. Recently Kickstarter launched their own version of curation called Curated Pages. Here are some of my favorite Curated Pages: The Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund – The Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund provides grants to photographers who are documenting social and political issues around the world. NYU's ITP Program – NYC's "media lab" and one of the most impactful and important pieces of NYC's tech community. Creative Commons – The Creative Commons organization evangelizes for technology and legal frameworks that facilitate sharing and creativity. The Sundance Institute – A curated page promoting Kickstarter projects from Sundance supported artists.
Exploration de données Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Vous lisez un « bon article ». L'utilisation industrielle ou opérationnelle de ce savoir dans le monde professionnel permet de résoudre des problèmes très divers, allant de la gestion de la relation client à la maintenance préventive, en passant par la détection de fraudes ou encore l'optimisation de sites web. C'est aussi le mode de travail du journalisme de données. L'exploration de données fait suite, dans l'escalade de l'exploitation des données de l'entreprise, à l'informatique décisionnelle. Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] Collecter les données, les analyser et les présenter au client. De 1919 à 1925, Ronald Fisher met au point l'analyse de la variance comme outil pour son projet d'inférence statistique médicale. L'arrivée progressive des micro-ordinateurs permet de généraliser facilement ces méthodes bayésiennes sans grever les coûts. Applications industrielles[modifier | modifier le code]
Curation Can Create A Snapshot Of Our Digital Lives Posted by Tom Foremski - March 17, 2011 As our lives become increasingly digital curation tools can provide a good way to document our activities, capturing a snapshot of key events and moments. For example, the South by South West Interactive conference that is winding down in Austin, Texas attracted a lot of people, sharing lots of ideas, conversations, product launches, and more. Take at look at MobyNow's real-time aggregation of all the social media at SXSW and you'll see what I mean, the masses of tweets, photos, etc. But aggregation isn't that great at documenting a unique experience of an event such as SXSW in digital form. Curation can help to create a specific snapshot. For example: In the future, kids might ask "What did grandpa do at SXSW in 2011?" However, if grandpa had curated his time at SXSW using some of the many digital curation tools available, the answer would be much richer and much more interesting.
10 European Startups To Watch in 2011 When you hear Silicon Valley discuss the European startup scene it’s often negatively. Some say that the investors aren’t brave enough, some say the entrepreneurs aren’t bold enough. Whether there’s any truth in these accusations or not, the fact is that there are startups across Europe that are brimming with original ideas and creativity. Following on from our 10 Exciting European Startups from 2010, here are 10 startups to look out for in 2011. Pearltrees Visitors to the LeWeb conference last month couldn’t have failed to spot Pearltrees. Pearltrees makes organising groups of links to content incredibly easy. Recent additions to the service include real-time group collaboration and a touch-screen based interface which will be ported to the iPad soon. Planely The idea behind Planely is a certainly niche one, but the Danish startup could well be onto something that frequent air travellers will love. Geomium LikeOurselves Storific Datasift SuperMarmite Viewdle Screach Shutl
Data mining Data mining is the process of discovering patterns in large data sets involving methods at the intersection of machine learning, statistics, and database systems. Data mining is an interdisciplinary subfield of computer science with an overall goal to extract information (with intelligent methods) from a data set and transform the information into a comprehensible structure for further use. Data mining is the analysis step of the "knowledge discovery in databases" process, or KDD. Aside from the raw analysis step, it also involves database and data management aspects, data pre-processing, model and inference considerations, interestingness metrics, complexity considerations, post-processing of discovered structures, visualization, and online updating. Etymology In the 1960s, statisticians and economists used terms like data fishing or data dredging to refer to what they considered the bad practice of analyzing data without an a-priori hypothesis. Process
9 content curation tools that better organise the web. Content curation is a huge deal on the web today. As content on the web grows exponentially, our ability to make sense of it is inversely proportional. In other words, we are fast sinking under the sheer amount of content pouring onto the web every day. The social web hasn’t made life any easier on content production either – in fact its lowered the barrier to entry. According to Facebook, 30 billion pieces of content (web links, news blogs etc) are shared each month on the social network, with no sign of slowing. URL: Redux has over the past year grown organically to become one of the web’s best places for finding great content. URL: A new startup still in Beta, Scoop.it again allows you to create topic centric information, and share with others. URL: Curated.By offers twitter integration right from the get-go, although you can signup without an account. URL: URL: URL:
4 Promising Curation Tools That Help Make Sense of the Web Steven Rosenbaum is a curator, author, filmmaker and entrepreneur. He is the CEO of Magnify.net, a real-time video curation engine for publishers, brands, and websites. His book Curation Nation is slated to be published this spring by McGrawHill Business. As the volume of content swirling around the web continues to grow, we're finding ourselves drowning in a deluge of data. The solution on the horizon is curation. In the past 90 days alone, there has been an explosion of new software offerings that are the early leaders in the curation tools category. 1. Storify co-founder Burt Herman worked as a reporter for the Associated Press during a 12-year career, six of those in news management as a bureau chief and supervising correspondent. At the AP, editors sending messages to reporters asking them to do a story would regularly write, “Can u pls storify?” Storify uses existing elements from the web and gives curators the power to drag and drop elements into storylines. 2. 3. 4. Conclusion
Observatoire Transmedia » Future of News - Vertical News Environment Future of News Portal Our traditional news media are in trouble. Newspapers are losing advertising revenue, television is losing viewers to the Internet, and journalists are losing their jobs due to rampant cost-cutting. So what is the future of journalism? What are the winning online models? Hundreds of academics, journalists, business leaders and concerned citizens around the world are debating these issues. The Eqentia Future of News Portal is a neutral super-aggregator that collects, organizes and curates the complete set of conversations, thoughts and developments from the web (online, mainstream & social media) and key Twitter stakeholders. Registered users may opt to receive a customizable daily news digest covering the last 24 hours of published content. We welcome your feedback and suggestions. Curator: Neil Sanderson Neil Sanderson Neil has worked in the news media for more than 30 years, including radio, television, print and digital. Average # of articles per day: 40 Key Links:
Welcome - curated.by INA : L’info fouillée au corpus Marie-Luce Viaud fait des fouilles. Pas avec un pinceau, à genoux dans le sable, mais devant son ordinateur, dans un bureau de l’INA Expert, le département recherche de l’Institut national de l’audiovisuel, à Bry-sur-Marne (Val-de-Marne). La chercheuse s’est spécialisée dans la fouille de données. Soit «l’extraction d’un savoir à partir de grandes quantités de données, par des méthodes automatiques ou semi-automatiques» , selon la définition de Wikipédia à laquelle elle nous renvoie. Depuis octobre 2010, elle coordonne une quinzaine de chercheurs qui collaborent à un discret mais ambitieux projet : l’ Observatoire transmédia (OTMedia), une plateforme pour analyser les flux médiatiques à l’aide de moteurs de recherche (1). L’observatoire doit permettre de «mieux appréhender les enjeux et les mutations de la sphère médiatique» , explique le site du projet . Dans le bureau de la chercheuse, des hiéroglyphes et des flèches encombrent un tableau Velleda.