The Future of News Is Curation
Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and their counterparts are increasingly the way young adults today are getting their news and information. Yet every day users send 300 billion emails (around 90% are spam, however), 140 million tweets, share 1 billion pieces of content on Facebook (web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, photo albums, etc) and upload 50,000 hours of video to YouTube. How to make sense of all this? News curation. And tools, such as Storify can help.
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