[From a previous Amplify curation post.]
Jeff Jarvis is pointing out several excellent recent examples of changing journalism practices in the age of the Real-Time Web, and ever more rapid Content Decay (that’s why they call it “old news”…). Is the news article becoming a luxury, and mere byproduct of other, larger reporting and #Curation efforts?
I’ve [...]

Brilliant stuff from Kevin Kelly on the situation were are increasingly finding ourselves in with regard to Content Overabundance: There is more than you will ever be able to consume.
(Compare: The Sad, Beautiful Fact That We’re All Going To Miss Almost Everything – NPR ).
This is the fundamental equation you have to understand about the [...]

As I’ve mentioned previously, I had been doing a lot of Curation over at Amplify.com, but the community there due to various issues is now nearly defunct (the arrival of Google+ for Interest Graph related discussions was partially responsible). And more importantly, the response time of Amplify has gotten so slow that I feel I [...]

“Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites Like Twitter” claims a recent article in the New York Times, based on some statistics gather by Pew Center research that appear to show a percentage decline in self-identified bloggers among the younger age groups, and stagnation among the more middle-aged set.
Is Blogging dying, or at least [...]

Proto-blogger and godfather of RSS Dave Winer on his Scripting News Blog writes this week in “Natural-born blogger”:

We get into the subjectives of what makes natural-born blogger [NBB]. Here are some of the ideas.
1. An natural-born blogger doesn’t wait for permission.
2. A NBB explains things, even when they don’t understand. An NBB is often proved [...]

I’ve been on an extended hiatus from this blog, here’s why:
I went "back to the lab" of my 1-on-1 coaching business and worked feverishly on refining my "Business Mind Hacks" methods for you, a wider audience. No stone was left unturned, no whiteboard space left unscribbled, no expense of time, money, and energy spared.
There were [...]

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