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Soylent: A Word Processor with a Crowd Inside
Posted by core jr | 17 Jun 2010 | Comments (5) Six months ago, Toby Daniels and the product development firm Mutopo set their minds to eliminating the wastage of paper coffee cups—North Americans consume 58 billion year, most of which end up in landfills. To solve this problem, the team turned to design and set up Betacup, an open innovation challenge with a $20,000 incentive. BetaCup Winners BetaCup Winners
Ten Crowdsourcing Trends for 2011 11inShareinShare11 Crowdsourcing is fundamentally changing business, government, non-profits, education, research, and other sectors. Remarkably, we’re just seeing the tip of the iceberg. Here are my picks for the top ten crowdsourcing trends for 2011: 1. Crowdsourcing marketplaces will earn significantly more market share. Ten Crowdsourcing Trends for 2011