Curation by the crowd,in the cloud, in almost real time

Think–Curation by the crowd,in the cloud,  in almost real time.

John Borthwicks’s got a typically articulate post about the new overlying stream of news/info/actions that has become the first stop and information filter for so many (think twitter, FB news feed).

The big point here is that our tools let us skim interactions off the surface of content (NY Times, blogs) and transaction sites(twitter, digg), and follow the posts/links of those filters.

 Curation by the crowd,in the cloud,  in almost real time is another way to think of this shift–The other key think is that it’s all about mobile.

Ye[, the stream Ishorted from life stream) will drive mobile, along w/gaming.

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