Curating Leveson

I’m experimenting with getting to know Spundge, a content curation and publishing platform (which Craig Silverman talks about at length in the latest FIR Interview podcast I posted yesterday). Spundge is a lot about finding and filtering relevant content that matches topics you’re interested in. You do this through creating a Spundge Notebook, a sort of virtual filing cabinet, that is where the content found by Spundge’s algorithms and APIs in response to the key words and phrases you’ve defined is presented for you to determine what you do with it. To help me learn how Spundge’s curation process works, I created a Notebook called Leveson and What’s Next, on mainstream and social media coverage of the Leveson Inquiry and […]

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The Hobson and Holtz Report – Podcast #680: December 3, 2012

Intro: Shel’s in Toronto, FIR Interviews coming with Craig Silverman and Ekaterina Walter; Quick News: ITN Productions launches citizen journalism channel, majority of US mobile phone owners use their devices to access the internet, the user experience of reading the Leveson Inquiry report; Ragan promo; News That Fits: Leveson: the challenge of traditional media oversight in the age of digital; Dan York reports on hotel reviews, blogging every day, WordPress 3.5, and WCIT; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; in the District of Columbia, social media surveillance pays off; listener comments; TemboSocial promo; Michael Netzley reports from Singapore with an update on Olam’s battle with Muddy Waters and the company’s crisis response; Bell Pottinger launches digital content agency; Music from […]

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