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Posts Tagged: Curation
…from the Renaissance to the twenty-first century people have struggled with the challenging fact that the sum of human knowledge is too large and too complex for any one person to grasp.
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.
Ileane Smith is the voice behind Basic Blog Tips, works as a promotions manager, and has created numerous Paper.lis such as The Young #Engineers’ Daily and The Black Social Media Heroes Daily. She initially created her Paper.lis to give bloggers the recognition she felt they were missing out on. Now she is finding that her papers… Read more »
Raised in the Oromia region in Ethiopia, Mohammed Ademo never lost touch of his roots. A dual-degree Masters candidate in Journalism and International Affairs at Columbia University, Mohammed has worked with non-profit organizations as a human rights activist. The founder and editor of OPride, a multimedia website that aggregates news about Oromo, Ethiopia, and the… Read more »
These interviews are part of an exclusive series Paper.li is doing with the CulturaDigital.Br festival in Rio.
Contents is a new magazine at the intersection of content strategy, online publishing, and new-school editorial work.
Gerrit Visser has been digitally curating content since “just after the internet was invented” in 1996. Curation has come a long way and today he’s curating on Paper.li.
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.