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It has been a long time coming I have always been passionate about new media and technology and how it impacts our everyday lives. My purpose was to help others stay current and informed. My vision was Curatti, a place where you could go to find the best information, tools and resources all in one place. Lots more to come in the coming months.
I created Curatti because as we all know, there is just too much content, too many changes everytime we turn around, not enough insights and most of all business people need to understand what information pertains to their needs and how they can utilize it to build sustainable businesses now and in the future.
Curatti is committed to giving you only the best information and content from bloggers and curators that are doing outstanding things to shape the future of business.
We hope you will visit Curatti, we welcome suggestions on future posts, that address the concerns and challenges you're having in your business today. Now my journey can become our journey as we navigate the digital world together.
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The "semantic Web" is hugely important to tomorrow's business. Do not underestimate its significance: It truly changes everything. Embrace it, or risk extinction. But what is it? And what does it mean for your business?
Here are a few things that caught my attention:
Yes it's the latest buzzword, but let's take a look beyond that..........
It marks the transition into a new phase of the Web where we stop searching and start finding
we discover not just the information that matches the keywords we search for, but the information that we really wanted to find. Information directly related in context, not just in keywords.
New Products; New Services
The semantic Web is far more open, transparent and personalized.
It’s being transformed into a place where the same content means different things to different people
The Answer Lies in Hyperconnectivity
In order for us to become smarter, we somehow need to understand the meaning of information.
To do that we need to be able to forge connections in all this data, to see how each piece of knowledge relates to every other
In the semantic Web, we users provide the connections, through our social media activity.
The patterns that emerge, the sentiment in the interactions—comments, shares, tweets, Likes, etc.—allow a very precise, detailed picture to emerge.
The Bottom Line
The semantic Web is accelerating change across the board, challenging companies that move too slowly to adapt. Embrace it, or risk extinction.
The old rules no longer apply. If you want to be found, social is no longer an option.
Selected by Jan Gordon for Curatti covering "Curation, Social Business and Beyond"
Read full article here: [http://onforb.es/12Jwspo]
I love this article because as curator and a business owner being a provacateur is essential in instigating conversation and taking a topic to another level which can lead to all kinds of opportunities. There's an art to asking questions and this just first of many pieces on this topic that you'll find on Curatti
Something to ponder.......
How can you use leverage questions to benefit your business?
Can monetary value be placed on questions? Not really, as there are too many variables involved. But depending on the timing and manner of delivery, questions can be the ingredient that spurs innovation and growth.
Here's are a few highlights:
The rhetorical question can spur conversation and wake up a
slumbering ideas process
The joking question can lift a mood
The incisive question can take a brilliant idea into a different stratosphere
The personal question can tell a person struggling in solitude that someone in the world cares
Read more here: [http://curatti.com/the-value-of-questions/]