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What’s on Tim O’Reilly’s radar?

What’s on Tim O’Reilly’s radar?

From the brainpan of Tim O’Reilly:

[C]uration and aggregation are among the core jobs of publishing, and it’s clear to me these jobs still need to be done. There is a real need for someone to winnow out the wheat from the chaff as more content becomes available online. (Of course, Google is also in the curation business, but they do it algorithmically.) Eventually, there will be new ways publishers get paid for doing these jobs, but there are also going to be new ways to do them.

(via O’Reilly Radar)

David Isaacson
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