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The Next Era Of Blogging: Some Thoughts From The Creators Of Percolate

The Next Era Of Blogging: Some Thoughts From The Creators Of Percolate
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PSFK interviews the two creators of a new online creation and curation platform about how they are changing the nature of blogging.

Valentina Park
  • 12 july 2011

Yesterday we wrote about Percolate, a new online content filtering system developed by Noah Brier and James Gross. The platform “bubbles up” —  ie collects — interesting content that is making the rounds with your friends by scanning your Twitter and RSS feeds, and then encourages you to react to it. Today, the co-founders chatted with PSFK to tell us how their site is different from other internet curation sites, and why humans are more interesting than computers.

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