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207 in Share Jump To Close David Carr has written about media for over 25 years, from his early days in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Washington, D.C., to his current post at The New York Times , where he’s been for almost a decade.
By Rachel Hyman, head of marketing at Edit Huddle Blog Errors are a Problem Think about your favorite blogs, whether they’re political, tech, or news blogs. If they publish frequently, chances are their posts have errors — something is misspelled, the grammar is wonky, or there’s a broken link. Even at blogs with attentive editors, mistakes slip through.
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Crowdbands is a fan-sourced record label that lets fans in on discussions and creative decisions surrounding the release of an album.
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There are a myriad of possibilities in the search for crowdsourcing milestones that announced its advent and its adoption as a model for online production, problem solving and for organizing for collective action: Commercial applications, advertising campaigns that succeed or backfire, funding for entrepreneurial ventures. This list of one dozen focuses on the pinnacles that demonstrate crowdsourcing’s highest potential: For public good, scientific research and technological innovation.
by Linda Hill & Kent Lineback | 9:49 AM January 13, 2012 The January-February issue of Harvard Business Review features a series of short articles that each present an "audacious idea." Our piece in that series — "Crowdsource Management Reviews — And Make Them Public, Too" asks what you would do if your employees were assessing their bosses online and making their collective assessments public.
While crowdsourcing may seem like a relatively new concept for English-speaking countries, it appears that the concept is exploding in China. DesignCrowd CEO, Alec Lynch, gave a keynote video presentation at the first global Witkey and Crowdsourcing Conference in Guangzhou China. He compared crowdsourcing in China to crowdsourcing in English-speaking countries, indicating that China is utilizing crowdsourcing more rampantly than its global business counterparts. Lynch cited two examples to drive the point that English speaking countries could learn from and possibly partner with China in this area.
Music discovery platform GoRankem has undergone a major site overhaul including streamlining how users to share their rankings on social media. Unlike traditional charts and listings, GoRankem attempts to highlight the "best" songs instead of the most popular by encouraging fans to rank their favorites.
Michelle Lindblom is a Communications Associate at Wired Impact , a web design company that builds websites for nonprofits.