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Thursday, May 26 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
The Future of Content Curation

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What is curation and why do we need it? Who does it best -- a friend
or an expert? Newspapers and TV used to curate our news, while
encyclopedias curated information. Now all of that is changed, and our
curators can be
friends, experts, strangers who float by on Twitter's river of news or
anonymous contributors to Wikipedia.How good are these new curators?
Are new trusted sources emerging?
Who and what will they be? And will they leave us better informed --or not?
Hear from the sources closest to curation -
and the media shift it's driving: Huffington Post shaper Eric Hippeau,
Curation Nation's Steven Rosenbaum, and Paper.li's Edouard Lambelet.

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Francine Hardaway

Angel investor, advisor to startups at Stealthmode Partners. Fast Company Leadership blogger.
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Eric Hippeau

Eric Hippeau served as CEO of The Huffington Post (www.huffingtonpost.com) from June, 2009 through March, 2011. He began serving on the board in 2006 when Softbank Capital, where he was managing director, invested in the company. Before joining Soft Bank Capital in 2000, Hippeau... Read More →
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Edouard Lambelet

My bio :Mr. Edouard Lambelet serves as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SmallRivers, the creator of the service Paper.li. Prior to this new initiative, Mr. Lambelet founded MNC SA, a leading international mobile application and service provider that has been acquired... Read More →
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Steve Rosenbaum

Steven Rosenbaum - Author: Curation Nation. Steven in an entrepreneur, filmmaker, and curator. Rosenbaum's vision of curation is the subject of his book Curation Nation (McGrawHill / Spring 2011) engages with more than 60 thought leaders and companies to help explore and... Read More →

Thursday May 26, 2011 11:30am - 12:30pm EDT
Jacob Javits Center 1A18

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