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March 11, 2012


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Paul A. Tamburello, Jr.

Ive wondered about the difference between curation and aggregation. The Week, a magazine I subscribe to, seems to have stories that contain both features. Someone has to curate, choose the stories, but the stories contain quotes from different news media and writers which might have been aggregated then used in the story. Still a dark science to me but your story helps shine a light down the dark tunnel of endless information.

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