SXSW Interactive 2014

Experience Curating: The World in One Spreadsheet

Description:

Can your experiences be curated in a single spreadsheet?
By curating your existence – or “Experience Curating” – you can capture any moment in one simple place.
How you curate your life (e.g., Evernote or spreadsheets) isn’t most important. Why you want to harness the power of your experiences is the real question.
Do you want to be the go-to resource for business, blogging, or social media?
Do you need constant proof that what you’re doing matters or why you exist is meaningful?
Experience Curating can check these boxes and quickly close the gap between where you are and where you could be. You’ll see amazing results when you intentionally filter your experiences, flexibly archive them, slice-and-dice through organizing, permanently preserve the context, easily access your best moments, and relevantly share anything.
Don’t miss this insightful talk... or your experiences might happen to you instead of making big things happen for you.


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Takeaways

  1. Can we truly dust off the old curation paradigm and make it a fresh, valued staple of the 21st century?
  2. How would you use FAOCAS – Filter, Archive, Organize, Context, Access, and Share – to transform your dormant experiences into powerful ones?
  3. What are the current cutting edge curating tools and where are the platforms of the future?
  4. What people or companies are rocking the curating landscape (and how are they doing it)?
  5. Why is poor or unintentional curating technique holding back my full potential?

Speakers

  • Joel Zaslofsky, Chief Experimenter, Simplifier, and Founder, Value of Simple

Organizer

Joel Zaslofsky, Chief Experimenter, Simplifier, and Founder, Value of Simple


Meta Information:

  • Tags: curation
  • Event: Interactive
  • Format: Solo
  • Track: WTF and Beyond
  • Track 2
  • Level: Intermediate


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