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LeWeb '11 Discussion on Curation (Video)

While at LeWeb last week, I was interviewed by Michelle Chmielewski to discuss on curation with Jean-Marie Hulot, Fotopedia's founder, a great iPad App that lets you browse great curated collections of beautiful photos (try it if you haven't yet!).

 

We tried to come back on the need for curation but also where it's going as a trend and the business models behind it.


Via Guillaume Decugis
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themezoom 's comment, December 18, 2011 3:06 PM
As a developer, I find that the professional real time news curators agenda with "meaning making" will always be at odds with the profitability considerations of enterprise platform development. Scoop.it is an expensive application. I am sure that Guillaume is starting to get concerned with re-funding the project right about now. One of the major (perhaps only) benefits of the paid version is Google analytics. Analytics has almost always been "self expression" driven- in the sense that your material or "golden frame" is an "interest magnet". The debate, if there is any, seems to be about what creates interest. I find that helping people understand the difference between "information overload" and "potential meaning" overload - by providing a unique perspective on a topic . . . is still ultimately SALES, SALES, SALES. (grin) The Context IS The Sale. Donald Trump said: "Leadership IS SALES." I go one step further to say " Thought-Leadership Is Sales. Analytics is how Guillaume gets paid. Along with branding. (Which is still all about contextual sales). Respectfully, Russell Wright, g-plusplus.com .
Mayra Aixa Villar's comment, December 18, 2011 3:38 PM
Hi Robin
Thank you very much for answering my message. I must confess that I´m a big fan of yours so I really appreciate that you actually took some time to continue sharing some ideas with me.
I´m also a great supporter of Scoop.it and Mr. Decugis´ work and it´s not my intention to question his efforts or ambitions at all. But, I think this kind of interaction is really valuable to start setting common grounds on effective content curation. Mr. Decugis himself acknowledges in his previous comment that “[the] role as a platform is to create the incentives to develop usage in the right direction.” I think this is exactly what this discussion is aiming at.
I also agree that Scoop.it can be a great curator tool. But this will happen as long as we, users, learn to be selective and dare to share more than “what other people are saying about a certain topic/interest.” By making sensible use of the “Reactions section” to comment on an article or even, sharing a completely new post without any URL attached (tools that are not so widely used among the Scoop.it community), we can start paving the way for understanding and organizing information within a relevant context. As you have suggested, this is what content curation really entails, right?
Finally, Mr. Decugis said that “through selection, users can express /show their own viewpoint.” I think that people who read my scoops want me to do more than that. They expect me to be able to somehow “mediate” the vast content content/knowledge out there and transform it into a meaningful source of information. That´s the reason why I have to resist the temptation to just rescoop this post the first time I came across it, and I decided to participate in a more significant way, instead.
Robin, I have really enjoyed this very insightful conversation. Again, thank you for this. Warm regards.
Mayra
cutesqualid's curator insight, August 12, 2013 4:56 AM

excellent

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Le plein d'idées de jeux-concours pour 2014

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Kontest, éditeur d'une plateforme de création de jeux-concours pour Facebook, web et mobile, présente des idées de jeux-concours liées aux événements de l'année 2014.
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Test Samsung Galaxy Gear - Be Geek

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LeWeb '11 Discussion on Curation (Video)

While at LeWeb last week, I was interviewed by Michelle Chmielewski to discuss on curation with Jean-Marie Hulot, Fotopedia's founder, a great iPad App that lets you browse great curated collections of beautiful photos (try it if you haven't yet!).

 

We tried to come back on the need for curation but also where it's going as a trend and the business models behind it.


Via Guillaume Decugis
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love the web...

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themezoom 's comment, December 18, 2011 3:06 PM
As a developer, I find that the professional real time news curators agenda with "meaning making" will always be at odds with the profitability considerations of enterprise platform development. Scoop.it is an expensive application. I am sure that Guillaume is starting to get concerned with re-funding the project right about now. One of the major (perhaps only) benefits of the paid version is Google analytics. Analytics has almost always been "self expression" driven- in the sense that your material or "golden frame" is an "interest magnet". The debate, if there is any, seems to be about what creates interest. I find that helping people understand the difference between "information overload" and "potential meaning" overload - by providing a unique perspective on a topic . . . is still ultimately SALES, SALES, SALES. (grin) The Context IS The Sale. Donald Trump said: "Leadership IS SALES." I go one step further to say " Thought-Leadership Is Sales. Analytics is how Guillaume gets paid. Along with branding. (Which is still all about contextual sales). Respectfully, Russell Wright, g-plusplus.com .
Mayra Aixa Villar's comment, December 18, 2011 3:38 PM
Hi Robin
Thank you very much for answering my message. I must confess that I´m a big fan of yours so I really appreciate that you actually took some time to continue sharing some ideas with me.
I´m also a great supporter of Scoop.it and Mr. Decugis´ work and it´s not my intention to question his efforts or ambitions at all. But, I think this kind of interaction is really valuable to start setting common grounds on effective content curation. Mr. Decugis himself acknowledges in his previous comment that “[the] role as a platform is to create the incentives to develop usage in the right direction.” I think this is exactly what this discussion is aiming at.
I also agree that Scoop.it can be a great curator tool. But this will happen as long as we, users, learn to be selective and dare to share more than “what other people are saying about a certain topic/interest.” By making sensible use of the “Reactions section” to comment on an article or even, sharing a completely new post without any URL attached (tools that are not so widely used among the Scoop.it community), we can start paving the way for understanding and organizing information within a relevant context. As you have suggested, this is what content curation really entails, right?
Finally, Mr. Decugis said that “through selection, users can express /show their own viewpoint.” I think that people who read my scoops want me to do more than that. They expect me to be able to somehow “mediate” the vast content content/knowledge out there and transform it into a meaningful source of information. That´s the reason why I have to resist the temptation to just rescoop this post the first time I came across it, and I decided to participate in a more significant way, instead.
Robin, I have really enjoyed this very insightful conversation. Again, thank you for this. Warm regards.
Mayra
cutesqualid's curator insight, August 12, 2013 4:56 AM

excellent

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Infographie Révolution du digital

Infographie Révolution du digital | Medias sociaux | Scoop.it

Cette infographie présente les différents aspects de la révolution digitale : explosion de la population d’internautes, forte hausse de la population de mobinautes, dynamisme des ventes de tablettes et de smartphones, essor du nombre d’inscrits sur les réseaux sociaux, etc.

Tous les chiffres présentés dans cette infographie témoignent de l’engouement croissant des Français pour les nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication.


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Les qualités essentielles d’un bon Community Manager | WebZeen

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Les réseaux sociaux créent une rupture de la gestion RH - Les Échos

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Les chinois sont obsédés par l'Internet

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Les Chinois sont obsédés par l'Internet. En 2009, les gens dans les 60 plus grandes villes de la Chine consacraient environ 70 % de leur temps libre sur l'Internet (50 % dans les petites villes) [Cabinet McKinsey]. En 2011, plus de 97 % de ces internautes utilisent chaque jour les médias sociaux pour engager des conversations et construire des relations [Forester].

 

Plus étonnant, les internautes chinois ont accès à une grande variété de plates-formes développées pour le marché intérieur, se comparant avantageusement aux services étrangers. Sam Flemming, un spécialiste des réseaux sociaux en Chine, suggère que ce pays dispose du paysage numérique le plus complexe, le plus fragmenté, mais aussi le plus développé du monde.

 

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Scoop.it, Rolls Out Big New Redesign To Help Businesses & Pros Increase Their Visibility Online

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With its new redesign, Scoop.it has gone to great lengths to create an environment that makes it easier for users to be discovered by relevant audiences — by those with similar interests — and boost their own brand by offering a much-improved social media publishing format.


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Roey Hilliard's comment, February 7, 2013 12:49 PM
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Penelope's comment, August 16, 2013 11:12 AM
Yay for Scoop it! Love it. ;)