#e2conf Highlights – Online Community Building Methodologies, SNA, Task Centric Computing, Gamification, Social Learning, Social Fatigue…

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  1. This is a bit of an aside but aren’t you using the word “curated” rather loosely with respect to Snap Bird. I clicked over and it seems to be just an extended Twitter search. Am I missing something, where is the curation?

    Thanks, Walter @adamson

    1. Hi Walter, thanks much for dropping by and for the feedback comments! Yes, indeed, I may be using “curated” perhaps a bit too loosely. I meant it from the perspective that without Snap Bird all of those tweets would have disappeared from every single search engine after a week or something, because Twitter won’t allow you to search for them after that time. So “curated” from the perspective that I can recover them again at my leisure and point to them as I may see fit. Along with realising that those live tweets are annotations made by myself on what I thought was interesting from the sessions I attended. Not an entire exact account of what happened. So, if you think of it, that curation took place when I wrote them live, since I just basically focused on what mattered to me as interesting insights from the speakers and conversations I had.

      And the fact that Snap Bird allows me now to capture that history and share it across with other folks who may be interested adds up into it as well. I guess you were expecting a curation exercise of 60 or 70 tweets with the best of those, and that’s exactly what I will be doing later, triggering those other blog posts coming up shortly as highlights.

      Hope that helps clarify it… Thanks again for dropping by and for the feedback!

        1. You are welcome! Thanks for dropping by and for the feedback. Thinking that perhaps, at a later time, once I am done with the highlights blog posts, I may go ahead and select what I feel would be the most insightful tweets from the bunch of them I shared across. Should be a fun exercise 🙂

          Thanks again for the comments! Appreciated

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