Curating and sharing stories should be understood as part of a knowledge economy. If stories are tribal currency, then curators are money handlers.
The world has changed and so did the economy.
Peg Corwin's insight:
"An unshared story is basically like rubbish, lying around without any value. Stories gain their meaning and value by sharing, but it’s not as simple as that. The curator imparts her own value, status and trust, upon the story."