Robin Good
Dec 23, 2015 · 1 min read
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“Writer, critic and curator, Anne-Marie Schleiner, envisages a new branch of curators, known as ’filter feeders’.

In nature, filter feeders feed by straining suspended matter and food particles from water, playing an important role in clarifying the water as well as sustaining themselves.

Similarly the filter feeder curator picks out the good bits from the Internet, saving the audience trawling time and delivering usable and consolidated information.”

Source: Watermann, Emma. “Curating the Future,” July 12, 2013. http://toolsforculture.tumblr.com/post/55247589471/curating-the-future

Content Curation World

Understanding the value of organizing information and making-sense

Robin Good

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Explorer of new media technologies, communication design tools and strategies as enablers for 21st century individuals. Curation, collaboration, design.

Content Curation World

Understanding the value of organizing information and making-sense

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