Via Scoop.it – Social Media Content Curation
The noun form of the verb “curate” is “curation” and it translates into the act of “selecting, organizing and looking after items in (a collection or exhibition).” For hundreds of years, museums and art galleries hired people called curators who decided which pieces/exhibits to show and which to tuck in the basement.
Over the last few years, this concept of curation has enjoyed a resurgence as it is being applied to content. Given the trillions of megabytes of information that make up the internet, you can only imagine how hard it is to find anything of value out there.
Without this problem of course, there wouldn’t be a need for Google or Bing. But with so much data out there, oftentimes a search engine isn’t enough.
We need human beings to help us curate content with computers assisting us on the back end….. [read full article http://j.mp/qwcYD5]
- The Future Of News Is Going To Be Awesome And The Role of Content Curation (internetbillboards.net)
- New Curation Apps Subjot: A Twitter alternative that lets you curate content (internetbillboards.net)
- Curation comes full circle in Forbes’s LIVE Article Page “The Era of Social Media” (internetbillboards.net)
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