The way we see it, blogging was supposed to change the world and never quite did. It was amazing and we still love it, but most of those people who started blogs eight years ago fell off, intimidated by the big blank box they faced in the morning. Twitter’s big innovation was to shrink the box, making it less scary to create content on the web. With Percolate we’re trying to take the box away (metaphorically of course), starting the publishing process with a piece of relevant content for a user to react to. We think it works and hope you do too.
Welcome to Percolate.
- Noah Brier, Welcome To The New Percolate
I am not so sure that blogging didn’t change the world, actually, but I also believe we need better tools for curation, and I think Percolate has a lot of promise.
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Web anthropologist, futurist, author. My focus is the future, and the tectonic forces pushing business, media, and society into an unclear and accelerating future. more.
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