Thank you, Coilhouse!

Meredith Yayanos of Coilhouse just posted a fantastic review of Genderfork, zooming in on the importance of curation:

“A curator is as relevant as their ability to contextualize. So long as a blog can bring hazy concepts and questions into sharper relief, challenge my preconceptions, or open new channels of thought, I’ll keep coming back. Needless to say, I’ve been revisiting Genderfork a lot. It’s not necessarily that its content is new or unfamiliar to me; it’s more about the presentation, and a sense of something larger coming into focus.”

If you have a chance, please check out the article and especially spend some time reading the discussion about curation and gender in the comments.  There’s some really good stuff in there.

Thanks, Mer!

Posted by on August 30th, 2008 at 11:34 am

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One Response to “Thank you, Coilhouse!”

  1. Mer

    My pleasure! Thanks for doing what you do.


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