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Notice the Difference? New Canadian Internet Copyright Rules for ISPs Set to Launch - Michael Geist

Notice the Difference? New Canadian Internet Copyright Rules for ISPs Set to Launch - Michael Geist | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
The longstanding debate over how Internet providers should respond to allegations of copyright infringement by their subscribers was resolved in Canada several years ago with the adoption of a "notice and notice" system.
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Meet The Singer Who’s Secretly Behind The UK’s American Pop Takeover

Meet The Singer Who’s Secretly Behind The UK’s American Pop Takeover | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

Jimmy Napes worked on huge records with Sam Smith, Disclosure, and Mary J. Blige. Now he's ready for his close-up


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Florida Activists Arrested For Serving Food To Homeless

Florida Activists Arrested For Serving Food To Homeless | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
Activists in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., were arrested twice this week for giving out food to the homeless in a park. Arnold Abbott, 90, says he will continue to serve the food even if he's arrested again.

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The Mysterious Case of Arthur Conley, Otis Redding's Protege

The Mysterious Case of Arthur Conley, Otis Redding's Protege | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
“Copyright 2014 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Transcript TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. Arthur Conley was Otis Redding's protege,” utterly fascinating - I had now idea about...
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5 More Rules to Avoid a Collaboration Hangover

5 More Rules to Avoid a Collaboration Hangover | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
Gartner estimates that throughout 2015 about 80% of social business efforts are not expected to achieve the intended benefits.
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Copyright Infringement – What Should You Do if Your Blog Post is Stolen?

Blog post at Keep Up With The Web - Sherryl Perry : What started as a seemingly innocent looking pingback on one of my articles quickly turned into the discovery that someone had violated my c[..]
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A response to ‘Streaming Music Has Left Me Adrift’ in the New York Times

A response to ‘Streaming Music Has Left Me Adrift’ in the New York Times | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

Have you read Dan Brooks’ opinion piece about streaming music in the New York Times yet? If not, you should: it’s already sparked plenty


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Lean and Agile - empower your teams and increase collaboration through digital technologies

Paul Bamforth, UK Country Manager, Projectplace, presented a webinar on 7th October addressing how organisations can use digital technologies to increase colla…

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Claude Emond's curator insight, October 22, 2014 10:26 PM

An «advertising» presentation by Projectplace but contains good summary of Lean, Agile and Collaboration principles 

Claude Emond's curator insight, October 22, 2014 10:30 PM

An «advertising» presentation by Projectplace but contains good summary of Lean, Agile and Collaboration principles 

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What Is Snoop Dogg Going to Do With Reddit?

What Is Snoop Dogg Going to Do With Reddit? | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
In early October, it was revealed that Snoop Dogg—alongside other investors such as Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, Peter Thiel, Ron Conway and Jared Leto—purchased a portion of Reddit through a $50 million funding round.

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SoundCloud Has Reached Critical Mass – Now It Has to Make Money

SoundCloud Has Reached Critical Mass – Now It Has to Make Money | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

The world’s biggest audio-streaming service is coping with the biggest growing pain of all: how to make a buck.


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Jimmy Iovine gets pushback over Beats Music streaming plan

Jimmy Iovine gets pushback over Beats Music streaming plan | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

Cheap is better than free. At least that’s the message from music mogul Jimmy Iovine as he helps Tim Cook-led Apple ready the crucial relaunch of Beats Music next year. Iovine, who earlier this yea ...


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How Content Curation Informs Content Creation

How Content Curation Informs Content Creation | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

If you are actively curating content as a business strategy, you are sitting on a great source of guidance to help you pick good topics. Of course you’ll monitor success of your own content over time. But there’s more. You should keep tabs on a wider range of content to expand your purview.


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, October 28, 2014 11:37 AM

Content curation is not just a placeholder for the lack of inspiration or time to create great content. While it certainly can help publish relevant good content in the lack of a brilliant original content idea, it's also a great way to generate some


As this post highlights in the context of a content marketing strategy, you will understand what type of content you need to create if you consistently watch what's going on in your industry through regular content curation. By publishing the content you've curated, you will also generate and measure reactions from your target audience. Think of it as real life market study for content strategists.


So as I've often commented, this is the reason why content curation often is the easiest strategy to start as part of a content plan: not only because it comes naturally by building on what you already do (read content on your topics of expertise) but also because it makes the original content creation part easier and better. 

Barbara Vermaas's curator insight, October 31, 2014 5:43 AM

Content curation is de 1e stap; dit geeft inzicht in wat er al beschikbaar is, en vooral, in wat er nog nodig is. En dus: geeft inzicht op welk gebied je content creation zou kunnen/moeten inzetten.

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Boomio Is a Snapchat for Sharing Music, With Support From Major Labels

Boomio Is a Snapchat for Sharing Music, With Support From Major Labels | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

Boomio is a social network for music that you may want to tune into.


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An Inside Look at Anonymous, the Radical Hacking Collective

An Inside Look at Anonymous, the Radical Hacking Collective | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

Anonymous has targeted Middle Eastern dictators, the Church of Scientology, PayPal, and the Ferguson police. Does it do more harm than good? David Kushner reports.


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The Shazam Effect

The Shazam Effect | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

Record companies are tracking download and search data to predict which new songs will be hits. This has been good for business—but is it bad for music?


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The Desert Island: why the future of the Web is curated for Steve Rosenbaum's in Curate This!

The Desert Island: why the future of the Web is curated for Steve Rosenbaum's in Curate This! | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
Why the future could be a curated Web where relevance is the #1 currency and where you should “curate or die” according to Steve Rosenbaum in Curate this!

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, November 7, 2014 11:18 AM

Curate or die. 


Steve Rosenbaum has a way of presenting things in a manner that is all together inspiring, clear-cut and practical. I just read Curate this!, and it's a must-read.


Here's why.

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The Top 8 Questions About Copyright Answered

The Top 8 Questions About Copyright Answered | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
Why register a photo if it's not yet published? Should I wait until just prior to publishing? Under US Copyright Law, copyright exists the moment you take a picture. But registering your images wit...
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Battling to Keep Auction Sellers Anonymous

Battling to Keep Auction Sellers Anonymous | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
The common auction-house practice of granting anonymity to sellers could change, depending on the outcome of an appeal to be heard by a New York State court.

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Hyperlinking is Not Copyright Infringement, EU Court Rules | TorrentFreak

Hyperlinking is Not Copyright Infringement, EU Court Rules | TorrentFreak | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
Does publishing a hyperlink to freely available content amount to an illegal communication to the public and therefore a breach of creator's copyrights under European law?
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Pioneer's New Black Box Will Monetize DJs' Club Sets

Pioneer's New Black Box Will Monetize DJs' Club Sets | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

A solution to the long-contested issue of nightclub performance royalties may come in the form of a small black box.


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Spotify: Netherlands impact is about ticket sales not just streams

Spotify: Netherlands impact is about ticket sales not just streams | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it

How do you quantify the value to the music industry (artists included) of a streaming music service like Spotify?
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Rdio Helps Create Immersive Music Marketing Breakthrough for Hendrix Film JIMI

Rdio Helps Create Immersive Music Marketing Breakthrough for Hendrix Film JIMI | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
The Marketing team behind the new Jimi Hendrix biopic JIMI: All Is By My Side - written and directed by John Ridley and featuring Outkast’s André Benjamin - offers an interesting case study into the future of film soundtracks; a future that taps the depth of streaming services to offer much more than the traditional, static 12-track playlist on plastic. For JIMI, digital marketing strategist David Hazan—who conceived the campaign for his client XLrator Media,—teamed up with music streaming service Rdio to create an immersive listening experience that hits moviegoers before and after they see the film. A network of...

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Why Licensed Music Matters to Brands Like Hyundai and Chobani

Why Licensed Music Matters to Brands Like Hyundai and Chobani | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
Even though classic rockers like Led Zeppelin and Bob Dylan have finally warmed to licensing their songs to brands, marketing chiefs remain picky about when and how to use music in ads.

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How Marillion pioneered crowdfunding in music

How Marillion pioneered crowdfunding in music | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
Language Undefined Template: AdvancedAuthor: Jack PrestonTags: crowdfundingArticle content:  British rock band Marillion formed in Buckinghamshire in 1979 and despite selling in excess of 15 million albums whilst riding a wave of neo-progressive...

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Why Content Is Everyone’s Job

Why Content Is Everyone’s Job | Technology and the Creative Economy | Scoop.it
The need for content has moved beyond a traditional marketing department’s ability to create and is now everyone's job.

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, October 28, 2014 6:25 PM

Or why Content Marketing needs to  reach beyond the marketing team (as I also wrote about in that post). Now, where I disagree with John Jantsch is when he uses the word "creation". I talk to hundreds of business owners, entrepreneurs and even VP Marketing at larger companies which all tell me how incredibly hard it is to get non-marketers to create content. 


Don't fool yourself: you won't get everybody to create content. 


So yes, as Jantsch writes, this is also about creating a content culture and he recommends a number of useful steps to foster it which don't involve creating content specifically but there's one that he misses: collaborative content curation. 


While it's extremely hard to constantly remind people they have a blog post to finish, it's much easier to have them curate the content they read and they feel is valuable to the content strategy. Your coworkers have expertise; and they read content which is valuable. Empower them to easily curate it and share it so you can make your content strategy stronger. 


From a practical point of view, think about the following concrete ideas:


- create a weekly newsletter from the best posts that your team read this week;


- create private content hubs where everybody can share content without too much overthinking and then curate this pre-curation to your blog;


- identify champions who naturally share content (tip: they're the ones  already sending links by email to the rest of the company) and give them ownership: make them responsible to create a weekly roundup of curated posts. 


There are many other ways to involve more people in your content strategy - a premise I can not agree more. But any of the above will be more efficient than waiting forever for one of your engineers to write that epic blog post. 

CESSON's curator insight, October 30, 2014 9:04 PM

Agreed, businesses can vastly improve by workshopping internally for fresh content.