A small Portland, Oregon music agency called Marmoset is becoming a solution for Hollywood producers to find indie bands with real grassroots cred. Here’s how they’ve turned their musical taste into a $2 million-a-year business.
Ambient reality, data overload, social business, and creating ethical standards amid a quickly burgeoning socia-media landscape are some of the themes dominating conversations this year at tech conferences like SXSW. Here's a quick crib sheet.
Yesterday, 250 million photos were uploaded to Facebook, 864,000 hours of video were uploaded to YouTube, and 294 billion emails were sent. No wonder content curation is one of the most important jobs of our digital age.
Moderating a panel on curation at last weeks BlogWorldExpoNY, I got caught in the crossfire among Paper.li's Edouard Lambelet, Eric Hippeau, and Magnify's Steve Rosenbaum. Is curation a good thing? Or something that can limit discovery and force us into old conclusions?