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Are your best ideas smothered by junk? Phil Green, Inmagic

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The cynic’s definition of a wiki: a good idea or two buried in a mountain of trash. Too harsh? Maybe, but wikis, blogs and online forums are often black holes for useful information. Phil Green, CTO of Inmagic, is on a mission to clean them up. He’s an advocate of “collaborative curation,” where low-value content is screened out before it ever hits a repository; valuable information is prioritized, tagged and constantly vetted by users. Result: junk data never gets a foothold. Tune in to Collaboration Pizza to hear Phil talk about why idea management systems fall short, how “moderated crowdsourcing” lets product managers become decision-makers instead of custodians, and how NASA catalogued a staggering five million photos. Hear the show live March 31, 2011 at 3:30 pm ET, www.blogtalkradio.com/collaborationpizza, or download anytime.

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