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From the Met’s Divine Inspiration to the Museum Director on Trial for Going to the Gym: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

From the Met’s Divine Inspiration to the Museum Director on Trial for Going to the Gym: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week Rockstar Rockefeller – The ultra-hyped auction of the Rockefeller family collection was a rousing success for Christie’s this week. The first night’s sale brought seven new records, including for a […]

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James Beard Chef

The Nominees for the 2018 James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Restaurant Design | Architectural Digest

Known as the Oscars for the culinary set, the annual James Beard Awards showcase the best the food world has to offer. And in addition to paying tribute to the nation’s most talented chefs and restaurateurs, the competition also highlights the best restaurant design of the year. The category is split into two divisions—under and […]

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So you think you can curate? by @VerySpider — Steemit

“This artist does wonderful abstract and adorable pictures, mostly traditionally with pencil and ink, but in this one he uses watercolor. He captures the vulnerability and hidden anxiety of the modern human beings in his works” So you think you can curate?  Let’s find out  

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Toronto International Film Festival

Cameron Bailey appointed co-head of Toronto International Film Festival | Screen Africa

The Board of Directors of TIFF recently announced the appointment of Cameron Bailey to the newly created position of artistic director & co-head of TIFF. The role is a promotion and expansion of Bailey’s current position of artistic director, which he has held since 2012. Prior to that, Bailey held the role of festival co-director […]

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is creeped out by ads that follow him around the internet

Late last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook commented on the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal. When asked what he would do if he were Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Cook replied, “I wouldn’t be in this situation.” He later stated, “We could make a ton of money if our customer was our product. We’ve elected not to […]

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3D Scanned Skulls from the Virtual Curation Laboratory | On the Cabell Screen

The Cabell Screen features models of skulls 3-D scanned by Bernard Means, Ph.D., an anthropology professor in the School of World Studies in the College of Humanities and Sciences. Dr. Means is the director of the Virtual Curation Laboratory, which specializes in the 3D scanning and 3D printing of historic and archaeological objects, including many […]

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Isaria’s Weekly Music Curation

As part of the Minnow Support Community Curation initiative, each week I curate 5 music posts using the MSP-Music account as well as the MSP-Curation Account! This is one of my favorite things to do each week. I especially love when I find brand new Steemian musicians that I can highlight! This week I’ve selected […]

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Microsoft Adds New AI-Powered Data Types to Excel

The latest Office 365 updates from Microsoft include new Excel data types that borrow from Bing’s intelligent search features. Excel’s “new, cloud-connected data types” are being rolled out to Office 365 business users who also happen to participate in the Office Insider early-access program, announced Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president of the Office group at […]

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Aggregate content vs curated content: what’s the difference? http://bit.ly/2uxkY1S

Aggregate content vs curated content: what’s the difference? http://bit.ly/2uxkY1S Aggregate content vs curated content: what’s the difference? http://bit.ly/2uxkY1S Read More…

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Content Curation: How to Gain Viewer Engagement, Increase Retention and Drive Growth

Channel surfing is officially dead. Consumers don’t want more content options, they want curated options so they can quickly find and discover content that they **actually** want to watch. Streaming services such as HBO and Netflix have capitalized on the demand and need for curation by leveraging viewer’s data to serve them the most relevant content possible. It’s […]

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