Derided by some creators as drain on their craft, curation, when approached the right way, can add value for those who created the work it presents, those who consume it, and the curators themselves.
In this concise book, I explain why curation is creation, how to curate responsibly, and present some examples of curation done well. I also identify some of the tools that make curation less of a headache and more of a pleasurable, creative endeavor.
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About the Author
At 24, Colin was running a successful branding studio in Los Angeles and living the 'American Dream,' when he decided that dream wasn't all it was cracked up to be. After scaling down his business and getting rid of everything he owned that wouldn't fit into a carry-on bag, he hit the road and began a lifestyle focused on new experiences and novel perspectives. For over four years, he's moved to a new country every four months based on the votes of his readers.
Colin has been featured in an interviewed by hundreds of TV shows, magazines, newspapers, podcasts, blogs, and other media around the world. He's written both fiction and nonfiction bestsellers, and is probably one of the biggest book geeks you'll ever meet.