I’m clearly going to be biased — but I really like it, particularly because it doesn’t just address the technical challenges of new platforms, but also looks at cultural, commercial and narrative contexts. (The chapter on Tumblr and GIFs is a particular highlight).
The media’s reaction to David Bowie‘s death from cancer early this morning demonstrates just how widely curation has become in journalism practice – and specifically, how it has become the web native version of the obituary. Below I’ve done a bit of curation of my own: 8 13 16 ways that different publications used curation to mark the death of a legend. If you have seen others, please let me know.