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The age of curation: From abundance to discovery

The age of curation: From abundance to discovery | inspirational thinking in the arts | Scoop.it

As power shifts to consumers—who can program their own content using powerful technology and simple interfaces—curation moves out of the hands of professionals and into communities, platforms and algorithms. 


Via Guillaume Decugis
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Fascinating data-driven information about online curation.

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Sara Prendergast's curator insight, March 7, 9:50 AM

In the new world of abundance of information, responsibility is now shifting to consumers. This article shows the new importance of curation in breaking through the mess, and showing us what we're really interested in.

mark ivey 's curator insight, March 9, 12:31 PM

Excellent piece filled with stats and studies illustrating how content creation, distribution and curation are shifting...more consumer driven, from multiple platforms and players, and more automation. Companies will be challenged to stay on top of these trends, and continue creating high quality, consumer focused content that "surprises" its readers (vs churning out predictable content). Creativity and innovation will be even more critical as we move ahead...

David Enríquez's curator insight, March 18, 5:31 AM
Los resultados de la encuesta destacan tres tendencias clave en 2013: 1. El aumento del consumo individual y social impulsado por smartphones y tablets.2. El fin de la escasez de contenidos, la distribución digital logra la ubicuidad.3. Un alejamiento de la propiedad habilitada por redes "always-on".

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The age of curation: From abundance to discovery

The age of curation: From abundance to discovery | inspirational thinking in the arts | Scoop.it

As power shifts to consumers—who can program their own content using powerful technology and simple interfaces—curation moves out of the hands of professionals and into communities, platforms and algorithms. 


Via Guillaume Decugis
Carolyn Black's insight:

Fascinating data-driven information about online curation.

more...
Sara Prendergast's curator insight, March 7, 9:50 AM

In the new world of abundance of information, responsibility is now shifting to consumers. This article shows the new importance of curation in breaking through the mess, and showing us what we're really interested in.

mark ivey 's curator insight, March 9, 12:31 PM

Excellent piece filled with stats and studies illustrating how content creation, distribution and curation are shifting...more consumer driven, from multiple platforms and players, and more automation. Companies will be challenged to stay on top of these trends, and continue creating high quality, consumer focused content that "surprises" its readers (vs churning out predictable content). Creativity and innovation will be even more critical as we move ahead...

David Enríquez's curator insight, March 18, 5:31 AM
Los resultados de la encuesta destacan tres tendencias clave en 2013: 1. El aumento del consumo individual y social impulsado por smartphones y tablets.2. El fin de la escasez de contenidos, la distribución digital logra la ubicuidad.3. Un alejamiento de la propiedad habilitada por redes "always-on".
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A day looking at art | Lights Going On

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I know I am biased, but the way Gill from Lightsgoingon understands how we encounter art, and how good public engagement training can assist in that process, is spot-on. It's all about empathy, what are those that produce work sharing with their audiences? Treating audiences like consumers is no longer acceptable, there are more intelligent ways to celebrate and promote art.

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Carolyn Black's curator insight, April 29, 2013 6:20 AM

I have Scooped this on my other blog, but need to share it here too!

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A day looking at art | Lights Going On

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I have Scooped this on my other blog, but need to share it here too!

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Carolyn Black's curator insight, April 29, 2013 6:17 AM

I know I am biased, but the way Gill from Lightsgoingon understands how we encounter art, and how good public engagement training can assist in that process, is spot-on. It's all about empathy, what are those that produce work sharing with their audiences? Treating audiences like consumers is no longer acceptable, there are more intelligent ways to celebrate and promote art.

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Flow Contemporary Arts link was broken, sorry, all fixed now!

Flow Contemporary Arts link was broken, sorry, all fixed now! | inspirational thinking in the arts | Scoop.it
For those of you who are new to my practice, you may not have noticed a broken link on this website yesterday. But for those trying to get to Flow Contemporary Art's website it must have been a lit...
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In this blog I refer to Brene Brown and Seth Godin, two people who I am following regularly. More to come!

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