Steve Rubel on the Digital Curator

Steve Rubel on the Digital Curator
Christine Huang
  • 8 february 2008

Steve Rubel presents an interesting idea about how, in today’s over-saturated market of ideas and creative content, consumers of digital media are being forced to find ways to efficiently sift through the endless information flow. He proposes that what we need are trusted “digital curators” – in the form of individuals, brands, and media companies, these curators separate “junk from art” and guide us to the worthwhile, quality content that easily gets lost in the noise. He continues:

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