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You'll not hear from me about this again. I understand your position.

Thank you for your response.

I don't think the difference is as pronounced as you're implied it to be.

Aggregation and curation can work hand in hand very well. As a leading aggregation, curation & republishing platform, we're seeing that curation and aggregation are just a means to an end (ref http://www.eqentia.com/2011/02/curation-is-a-means-to-an-end-not-the-objective/).

Aggregation empowers the curator. And human curation enriches the aggregation results. They are very related.

I'm really glad you see it that way. Plus, now I have something to point companies that pitch me to that can benefit us both. You do know that I am still a useful filter because my aim is to facilitate a meaningful conversation.

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