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Individuals and communities are replacing computers and algorithms as Nodes, Hubs and Routers of knowledge sharing.
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Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism: Newsroom Curators and Independent Storytellers: Content curation as a new form of journalism

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism: Newsroom Curators and Independent Storytellers: Content curation as a new form of journalism | We are the routers | Scoop.it
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Understanding the How and Why of Online Content Curation

Understanding the How and Why of Online Content Curation | We are the routers | Scoop.it
According to Rohit Bhargava, content curation describes the act of finding, grouping, organizing or sharing the best and most relevant content on a specific issue.
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“Curation comes up when search stops working” –Clay Shirky

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Is social media ruining knowledge management?

Is social media ruining knowledge management? | We are the routers | Scoop.it
Nick Milton shared an interesting blog post a few days ago “Social media will destroy the value in KM – discuss”. In it he looked at some of the ways that social media is undermining knowledge mana...
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The Sad, Beautiful Fact That We're All Going To Miss Almost Everything : Monkey See : NPR

The Sad, Beautiful Fact That We're All Going To Miss Almost Everything : Monkey See : NPR | We are the routers | Scoop.it
We take a moment to reflect on being "well-read," and on the fact that the smartest thing you can do as a consumer of culture is admit that you'll never know everything.
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» The journey to Me 1.0: why the future of the Web could be all about us » TNW Industry

» The journey to Me 1.0: why the future of the Web could be all about us » TNW Industry | We are the routers | Scoop.it
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