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Curation: How the Global Brain Evolves

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"Content curation is the natural evolution of our globally networked consciousness.

 

This sounds like a bunch of hippie drivel, but we really are creating a global brain, of sorts, by encoding human knowledge and tracking human activity. Using the human nodes of this network to strengthen some of these connections while weakening others (by choosing either to pass along i.e., ‘curate’ information or not to pass it along) helps this global brain function better as a system, which in turn increases its power whenever any of us need to tap into it."...


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+#9655;#9655; Combinatorial Optimization: Algorithms and Complexity (Dover Books on Computer Science) | Mathematik

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Metal Evolution episode 4:the NWOBHM

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The fourth episode of the exciting series “Metal Evolution” analyses the rise and impact of the New Wave of British Metal Heavy Metal on the evolution of metal.
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33 things I know about Art Direction

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Things that might just help young creatives, about the Art direction.

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Karen Aguilar's curator insight, February 22, 2013 2:42 PM

David Bell is an expert in design, and he shows this throughout this presentation. All the content in the slides is quite accurate for the topic of "art direction". What I liked the most about his brief but goog-looking article was that he gave important data and tips not just with words but also with the visual part. I think that's an important thing when it comes to designers telling us about design.

 

On the other hand, I think part of the content is only understood by designers, because it has many references to visual knowledge, that maybe not all of the people is able to understand. I'd like David Bell to make "33 things I know about Art Direction" for dummies. 7/10

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The Internet Looks Like a Fractal Dandelion | Computers | DISCOVER Magazine

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World's total CPU power: one human brain

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Take every computer in the world in 2007 and add their processing power together.
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Amazon.com: Information and Self-Organization: A Macroscopic Approach to Complex Systems (Springer Series in Synergetics) (9783642069574): Hermann Haken: Books

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Next Quantum World TV - Quantum Healing, Quantum Physics, and Spirituality - Saturday, December 10th

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Content Curation: Why Good Curators Need to Identify Emerging Patterns Before Others? | Darwin Ecosystem

Content Curation: Why Good Curators Need to Identify Emerging Patterns Before Others? | Darwin Ecosystem | Evolutionary Patterns | Scoop.it

Excerpt from article:

 

Content curation is a response to the desire to become an expert on a specific topic of interest. Content curation can aid individuals and institutions who seek to gain awareness on developments in an area or seek to become recognized knowledge experts for a specific topic....

 

It is critical to detect emerging patterns in information early to be an effective content curator. Pattern detection is important for a few reasons:

 

1. If there is an emerging pattern, there’s something going on - An emerging pattern is the starting point that signals that an important event is on the cusp of taking place...

 

2. Patterns provide insights on the significance of an event - Patterns provide valuable information on the magnitude and importance of an event....

 

3. Patterns demonstrate how events evolve - Relevance is increasingly time sensitive. The availability of real-time information requires successful content curators to get their hands on fresh information.

 

4. Patterns link together pieces of the information puzzle - A good content curator needs to understand emerging events in their totality...

 

5. Understanding patterns helps to identify experts - The most authoritative people on a topic are usually those that are able to report first on a matter, and generate buzz around new developments.

 

Best curators are those that see patterns that nobody else sees....

 

[read full article http://j.mp/t4LF5j]


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