Tags » Curate

Expectations Gone Wrong

When Luke and I first talked about this “food experience” what we envisioned is far different than what we discovered.

Connecting with vendors and hearing their stories made us realize they are part of a distinct subculture somewhere between home cook and foodpreneur. 121 more words

Story

MeLo-X And Little Simz Take Flight On "FFFS"

MeLo-X taps London’s shining newcomer for an atmospheric banger full of aerial metaphors. The latest single to be unveiled from Mustafa’s CURATE EP, the space-age track manifested itself after a studio session with Little Simz earlier this year. 41 more words

Music

Melo-X - FFFS Ft. Little Simz

NY-based multimedia artist Melo-X, who you might best know from his Beyoncé remix EP which he dropped in January 2014, is preparing the release of his forthcoming EP… 110 more words

Into The Music

Five Skills You Need to Curate Standout Content

Some 27 million pieces of content are shared each day, according to a study by Nielson and AOL. And that was in 2011!

All this content flying around demonstrates the (true) clichés that content is king and distribution is queen. 980 more words

Articles

#23research – Thing 10: Content Curation (extra bit)

As part of Thing 10: Content Curation, the ‘try this’ activity was to reblog a post from a fellow participant.  I chose reflectedd’s blog post about Google Drive… 146 more words

#23research

Anne reblogged this on reflectedd and commented:

Curation is a new concept for me. I have often used bookmarks, tabs and links, that are computer-specific, but how convenient to have a cloud repository for all your personal website likes, accessed from any computer. To add to the new tools array is the What Do you love? feature on Google described here by Tracy. Thanks for the info.

The Four C's of Digital Literacy

Curate (finding information)

Create  (creating online content)

Communicate (communicating online effectively)

Collaborate (sharing and contributing to information)

Curate // Current Hats and Caps Crushes

One of the strangest things about living in Singapore is the lack of headgear-wearers. You would think that an always sunny island would be full of cap and hat wearing citizens, but nope. 372 more words

Shop