Minimum/Maximum Curation Theater

Who am I kidding? I’ll never get around to the ones I want to read in the video embedded above. The plenty of the Internet is appalling. Consider the Diigo outline of pages/posts/sites that I have vacuumed up this week that all DEMAND to be properly attended to, to get the maximum curation they deserve.

Week of January 11-17, 2015

And lots more links harvested and useful?

And it goes on and on. Where did it get me? That is the deep end of the recursie pool, too deep for me right now.  

And where does this story go? What is the shape of it? How does our hero conquer the continuous tsunami that is the Net?


8 thoughts on “Minimum/Maximum Curation Theater

  1. I followed his descent to the end of the like. I didn’t divert my attention. I studied his progression on the screen 20 metres, 30 metres, 55 metres. The signal was intermittent.

    I counted myself lucky to have that connection however faint.

    He came back up with his catch, tossed its contents onto the deck.

    What really struck me was not the sea-weed but the familiar grin.

  2. It’s great to meet a fellow Diigo-user at #youshow15 and I really enjoyed your comments on the various items. How true it is that there is just SO much information coming at us and so little time to actually apply it!
    The social constructivist (and phenomenologist) in me both want to ask for a link to your post on participatory epistemology. Please?

    1. It was a fine idea until the information started doubling every “x” months and at an accelerating rate. You cannot have it all, as Stephen Wright says, where would you put it?

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