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The Global Zooniverse Community

I don’t think I’ve shared this brilliant interactive map with you before, so here you go! It was created by Rob Simpson at the start of the year and shows where all… 60 more words

Citizen Science

The dark side of crowdsourcing

author: Evert Millenaar
This research examines the dark side of crowdsourcing. The purpose of the research is to find out whether customers in crowdsourcing initiatives experience a cognitive bias. 205 more words

The crowd makes the decision

Watch out Howard Stern: your role as judge on America’s Got Talent could be in jeopardy, thanks to Crowdsourcing — a proven, web-powered way to raise money and troubleshoot problems. 767 more words

Growth Strategy

Crowdsourcing Weekends: Bleep Cable, GX Everyone Games, Sets Sunglasses

This is Crowdsourcing Weekends!  This post highlights three different crowdsourcing projects I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites.

Bleep Smart Cable

Smart charging cable that backs up your phone data. 922 more words

Kickstarter

Command Partners Named A Top Marketing Agency for Startups

Command Partners is the premier digital marketing agency in Charlotte, NC specializing in crowdfunding projects

Command Partners, the premier digital marketing agency in Charlotte, NC, has been named one of the top ten marketing agencies for startups in the U.S. 367 more words

Crowdunique

Outside Speakers Welcome

Ladies and gents, it occurred to me that one of the ways we can connect our curriculum more with the real world is to bring in guest speakers.   243 more words

Careers

Obama admin turns to Twitter crowdsourcing for foreign policy

Yesterday, in a press conference at the White House, Barack Obama admitted  he doesn’t have a plan or strategy for defeating Islamic State (formerly ISIS/ISIL) militants in Syria and backed away from imminent military action. 193 more words

United States

Dr. Eowyn reblogged this on Fellowship of the Minds and commented:

With its vast bureaucracy staffed with well- and taxpayer-paid officials, with any number of good minds in think tanks and universities to call on, the POS's State Department sent a tweet to the Internet asking for our "thoughts" -- in no more than 140 characters! -- on how to make a better foreign policy. Do we need more evidence of Obama's and Kerry's utter cluelessness and incompetence?