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June 28, 2010


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I suppose the interesting question when everyone is an author and publisher is how we filter and aggregate that material into something meaningful or alternately (how I interpret your post) how you focus the potential of these tools and produce something transformative. In fact, I think both approaches are different but quite valid - the former is emergent, the latter curatorial (if that is a word). Thanks for writing the post.

Katherine Warman Kern

@jmichele - Both are critical. And in my opinion "filtering material into something meaningful" first may be the way to "focus the potential of these tools and produce something transformative" - i.e., we're thinking about how to design a system that integrates both human and technology assets.

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