In Curation Nation, Rosenbaum “curates curators” by gathering invaluable insights and advice from top thinkers in the media, advertising, publishing, commerce, and web technologies. This revolutionary level of the book is a playground, giving your company equal access to the content of abundance that is currently adopted by the consumer body adopting the Web.
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The good news is to cheat all the time, regardless of whether we understand it or not. Every time we post a video, link, or comment on a blog post, we make editorial decisions and curating, Rosenbaum says. In the coming years, the main change in the curation will be how to pack and sell the skills. I can sell each one of us. Social search replaced auto feeds. Somehow I think Google will be out. Rosenbaum uses what may be too long to define the medicine: Everyone can agree that people who choose and collect valuable information, based on their qualitative assessment, organize content that is aggregated by the arbitrators.
History of the curation
The origin of Curation could be set up to the point when the “man” first began to make a sign in his environment, perhaps even when he began to think. Therefore, regardless of even understanding, “curating” your mind and its surroundings. Curation history is a particularly interesting chapter: The story of the reader’s digest, the origin of Time magazine and the birth of cable television is talking to a huge, nostalgic audience. The element of “success” is inspired by optimism and curiosity about future changes in the new world. Live narratives are held together by character actors: the author and professor of NIU Clai Shirki, uberblogger Robert Scoble, entrepreneur more than life Jeff Pulver and explorer Andrew Blau – for whom Rosenbaum says he is “critical as hell.” These voices share thoughts, advice, and opinions as a whole, be it marketing of consumer brands, earning money from snoring or shouting zippers. The most striking figure Rosenbaum says he came to digital entrepreneur and journalist Esther Dison. “I expected her to be more on the fence, but she jumped right.”