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Top 10 Sources Up and Runnin’


Check it out – Top10 Sources has launched today. It’s fascinating, it’s promising, and it’s also somewhat surprising since it reintroduces editors in the old sense in the age of decentralized information production. Here’s the brief description from the homepage:

Top10 Sources is a directory of sites that bring you the freshest, most relevant content on the Web. We know it’s impossible for anyone to keep track of the 20 million+ online sources of information. So our editors search Web 2.0 — blogs, podcasts, wikis, news sites, and every kind of syndicated sources online — by hand. Our Top10 lists are updated frequently as great new sources come online.

I’m very interested in the further development of Top 10 Sources, esp. against the backdrop of my information quality research. In any event, congrats – as well as good luck – to my friend John Palfrey and his team, including Wendy.

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