Two tips for curating content

by Carl Natale on February 8, 2012

Jesse Stanchak approaches content curation in a thoughtful way. It’s a must read for anyone looking to try aggregation or curation. I would like to add two things. Like Jesse, I was mindful of mixing up my sources. Most of my curation came from RSS feeds. But I kept adding and deleting source feeds to […]

Do newspapers need a new business model to survive?

by Carl Natale on November 5, 2010

The problem with newspapers is aggregation. Talk to a news publisher and you will hear a rant about the aggregators who capture the news and insert it into their advertising supported web sites. I find this a bit disingenuous because newspapers have been doing this for centuries. Yes, I know they employ armies of reporters […]