Henry Lambert
  • 13 november 2006

Inspiration comes regularly from YouTube. And consumer generated content doesn’t just mean 13 year olds with Handycams, you also get some pretty slick stuff too.

The excellent Zero Influence has posted a great piece on mapping interestingness over time citing a recent Yahoo patent filing. In order to prevent a self fullfilling prophecy of the good stuff staying at the top, a natural erosion should occur over time:

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