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Stephen Dale's insight:
I can understand where Harold Jarche is coming from on this piece, but the missing element for me is THE PURPOSE of your curation activity. Frictionless curation is perfectly sensible of it's for your own purpose - e.g. creating collections of useful content for learning or research. It's different if you are curating for the purpose of adding insight or value for others, in which case the 'sensing and sharing' becomes more relevant.