Increasingly open ways of participating in the selection and display of content are blossoming. Harnessing the ubiquity of internet access, the Brooklyn Museum are able to produce Click!, a “crowd-curated” photography exhibition. Weblogs, like FFFFOUND!, allow invited internet users to select pictures worthy of scrutiny from the tonnage of imagery available on the web. Taking the semi-randomness of allowing web […]

Welcome to February’s Pick ‘N Mix, my monthly annotated list of interesting tidbits that have captured my attention recently. I found this post about the “Video Vortex: Curating Online Video” symposium in Amsterdam really interesting, especially towards the end where there is this quotation: “…there was a short panel discussion about the role of the curator. […] Hierarchies are changing […]