Discover the Power of Curation


Medium is designed to allow people to choose the level of contribution they prefer. We know that most people, most of the time, will simply read and view content—and that’s great. If they choose, they can recommend* content to others, giving feedback to the creator and increasing the likelihood others will see it.
Posting on Medium (not yet open to everyone) is elegant and easy, and you can do so without the burden of becoming a “blogger” or worrying about the arduous task of developing an audience. All posts are organized into “collections,” which are defined by a theme. (For example, this post is in the ‘About Medium’ collection.)
Eventually, anyone will be able to create a collection about anything, and collections can be invite only (like this one) or open to contributions from anyone. For example, here’s an open collection of crazy stories. Posts can also be “cross-posted” to multiple collections, which gives more opportunity for discovery and building one idea off of another.
Collections give people context and structure to articulate their ideas.
Together, the contributions of many add up to create compelling and useful experiences.
*There is a ‘Recommend’ button at the bottom of every post. Clicking this button is one of the signals that contributes to the algorithm which determines the order of recommended posts within a collection. We will also use this to provide feedback to the author.

Blog curated by Lucian, father, Social Media Curator and teacher, ; who win a IPAD in Global Competition with PLN help or simply a educator hwo teach special needs students how to integrate new technologies online web 2.0 and Social Media into the classroom . Follow and . Now I write / describe weekly Top 10 ,and describe daily: curation edtools; startup edtools , ipad apps . Now I begin to blog also in romanian


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