I had my first online argument recently. I didn’t enjoy it, as I detest arguing in public (or even at all), but this seemed to matter. Not in the way that poverty or injustice or corruption matter. But it was important to me because I felt my adversary was simplifying to the point of losing… Read more »
The social world can teach enterprises a thing or two about curation — one communications thought leader gives his views.
Have information filters, and human beings’ ability to use them cleverly, improved so quickly we didn’t even see it happening?
This independent consultant hates to miss anything — so there’s no room for “filter failure”.
Users of fast growing services face challenges discovering relevant content. To address these challenges is hard because relevance is an ever evolving concept which depends on the context. When the user has a clear goal or specific question, relevance is straight forward: that’s how we got search engines. But it is less obvious to address… Read more »
After the festive season, it might be a good time to review our inbound streams and content consumption habits, why there is always more and how to deal with it.
These interviews are part of an exclusive series Paper.li is doing with the CulturaDigital.Br festival in Rio.
Curation is a concept that’s exploding! Formerly reserved for museums and galleries, the job of curator has spread across the digital media world and has replaced “editor” and “publisher” in many minds.
Storyteller and podcaster Lance Anderson uses Paper.li to “narrow-cast” (as opposed to broadcast) on various niche topics, from Bob Dylan to ultrarunning. This is the first part of a two-part interview.
Real magic happens when technology is harnessed by editors to craft great experiences.