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How to Curate a Winning Collection

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January 6, 2014

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How to Curate a Winning Collection

Square, the mobile payments company, has a new online marketplace for small businesses. This Holiday Season, they sponsored a competition for the most creative and diverse curated “wish list” of products. The prize: $1,000 worth of items from your list. Fortunately, mine was a top ten winner. I’m passionate about […]

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Visualizing Taste in Art with Big Data Curation Analysis – Curalytics and Curiator

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November 23, 2013

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Visualizing Taste in Art with Big Data Curation Analysis – Curalytics and Curiator

Big data and art don’t usually go together. Until now that is. Here at Curalytics, we’ve teamed up with Curiator, an art community, to provide big data analysis of their curation data. On Curiator, everyone is an art curator and creates their own collections of art in “rooms”. It is with […]

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Filter Overload – Curation Scales Differently

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September 5, 2013

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Filter Overload – Curation Scales Differently

Caption: The filter scalability diagram plots the four content filters across the dimensions of objectivity and subjectivity and simplicity and complexity. The curating filter, both complex and subjective, is at the highest risk of overload. The Content Filter Framework shows us that there are 4 fundamental content filters: sorting, categorizing, […]

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The Internet Cure Part 1: Content Overload

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April 25, 2013

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The Internet Cure Part 1: Content Overload

Summary More content is produced every day than a person can consume in a lifetime. It would take the average music listener 59 years to listen to all new professional music sold in a year, and the average reader 247 years to read all new books in a year. The […]

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