FTOTW124 – best links of the week ending 24-August-2014


Here are the best links shared on my tweet stream this week.

Best Links

  1. /Via @svganny @stwta: Jerry Seinfeld about Helmet http://t.co/0VnrHtESgC ~ brilliant ROTFL – Original Tweet

  2. /Via @ramaseshan: Carrot clarinet: Linsey Pollak at TEDxSydney 2014: http://t.co/SGrvvPpho9 via @YouTube via Balaji ~ brilliant ~ indeed – Original Tweet

  3. RT @jorgebarba How A World-Class Heart Surgeon Found The One Leadership Trait Many Businesses Are Missing http://t.co/50k2gAmLfn ~ brilliant – Original Tweet

  4. /Via @rucsb: Science points to the single most valuable personality trait for Future Success; but then.. http://t.co/NdT03EZXGm ~ brilliant – Original Tweet

  5. Backstory on Chennai road names for Chennai buffs http://t.co/XWMAWLjZZz by @weareji ~ vv interesting #Chennai375 – Original Tweet

  6. /Via @BrainfitWorld Bursting the bubble on some of our most popular fitness myths… http://t.co/npT0byphW4 ~ vv insightful – Original Tweet


Hope you enjoyed the links? Did you come across any good links you want to share? Please share in the comments below.


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    Hi Sukumar, how are you..
    I have a query, what is curation project.
    Is it collection and storage of content or does it involve a systematic approach

    kindly explain


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    Sukumar (subscribed) said August 27, 2014, 8:37 pm:

    Vasuki, I read a number of articles every week. I pick the best of what I read and publish them on a weekly basis. Curation is a fancy word for saying – selecting & filtering content. In the past curators meant people who curate the exhibits in a museum – people who select what gets exhibited. Now curation is more broadly applied to the process of filtering and selecting content. Hope that answers your query?

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    Yes ofcourse, thanks for explaining…I hv a page for “best reads” in my blog. Might be shall bring in more structure around it. Thank you

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    Sukumar (subscribed) said August 30, 2014, 3:42 pm:

    Thanks Vasuki

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