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PINTEREST: Show me your board, and I will tell you... Pinterest. One of those social networks everyone loves…or loves to hate. Whichever side you’re on, one thing is certainly true: Pinterest is the talk of the town. At SXSW or beyond. Dailies, magazines...

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SXSW 2012: HERE WE ARE AGAIN! Here we are again! Austin the way I love it - full of Wi-Fi-draining devices, geek troops and their gods, brands fighting for their fair share of voice and Zuckerberg wanna-be's hoping this year's...

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Highlight Your Tumblr Post for $1 Let's be honest, every Tumblr user feels their posts are super duper important. And should be noticed. Not happening for you? Tumblr just introduced a Highlighted Post option that will let you make your...

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I say NO to SOPA/PIPA!!! Today is the day where many websites will or already have blacked out against SOPA and PIPA (Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act), acts that will affect how we use the internet! Not only in the...

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Social Media Policy Your Employees Might Actually Remember Social Media Policy is a MUST for any organization. This set of guidelines and rules that all staff should adhere to while using social media for both professional and personal reasons is usually long...

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Curators are the new Superheroes

Posted by Marta Majewska | Posted in sxsw | Posted on 12-03-2012

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If you want to talk curation, there is no better person than Steve Rosenbaum. The author of a brilliant book “Curation Nation: How to Win in a World Where Consumers are Creators” and the CEO of the web’s largest Video Curation Platform,Magnify.net, Steve  has built a career finding, organizing, and contextualizing stories.

In the interview below, he tells us about how curation has evolved since last year’s SXSW and reveals plans for his new book.

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