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Curation has become a popular term in media circles, in the sense of a human editor who filters and selects content, and then packages it and delivers it to readers in some way. Many people (including me) believe that, in an era when information sources are exploding online, aggregation and curation of some kind is…

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I've been taking part in the beta trial of SugarSync, the content-synchronization service that allows you to synch photos, documents and other content across multiple PCs, mobile devices etc. (the service was formerly known as Sharpcast, and only syncrhonized photos). I've got a limited number of beta invites available -- if anyone wants one, post…

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Nick Carr points to a piece by Jaron Lanier in the New York Times, wherein the virtual-reality guru with the wacky dreads talks about how he has changed his mind about the whole "information wants to be free" thing and would just really like to get paid, thank you very much. Maybe the virtual-reality guru…
Laurent Haug, a very smart guy and part of the brain trust behind the LIFT conference in Geneva, has written a great post on his blog about finding balance in social media, and how he thinks that we are beginning to do that -- in other words, stepping back from the "all users are created…

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(cross-posted from my media blog) Don Dodge has some thoughts about newspapers and local content -- like restaurant reviews, movie reviews, etc. -- that got their start with a post from Greg Linden of Findory (which Greg said recently is shutting down, or at least going into hibernation) on the same topic. Greg's post in…

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