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Ash & Jeff take you through Crowd Sourcing: What it is and who's doing it well...
9 Feb 2009
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*******crowdsourcingintl**** CSI Crowd Sourcing International DARE to be Different and go after the LIFE that you always wanted instead of the Mundane life of exchanging time for money.
21 Apr 2010
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Crowd Sourcing - ein Kunstwort, das einen neuen Trend in der Produktentwicklung beschreibt: Hier findet Outsourcing, also Auslagerung aus dem Unternehmen hin zur Crowd, zur Masse aller Internetnutzer statt. Sind sie die Ideenschmiede von morgen? Sehen Sie dazu Catharina van Delden im business****-TV-Studio.
30 Oct 2011
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*******www.beet.tv/2009/07/the-international-language-of-video-according-to-dotsub.htmlThe privately funded start-up whose mission is "any video, any language," is targeting entertainment companies and multinational corporations, company founder Michael Smolen told Beet.TV. The translation can be conducted collaboratively, a la Wikipedia-style where anyone can weigh in, or in a closed environment, which works for dotSub media company partners.Daisy Whitney, Senior Producer
9 Jul 2009
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DuoFertility has a new device that helps couples get pregnant, but they do it in a few unique ways. First they have a temperature sensor that the woman wears which sends data down via Bluetooth, but then it also has a way to compare the data to other couples, ala crowdsourcing. Here CEO Shamus Husheer of *******www.duofertility****/ tells us more. Distributed by Tubemogul.
16 Jul 2009
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This is a really cool mobile app that uses other people to both build maps and show traffic information. See new accidents before other systems report them, highway reroutes, and other info. *******www.waze**** is a remarkable application that you should try, and it's free. Here we get a demo. Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Nov 2009
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On today's AppJudgment, GarageBand hits the iPhone, Duke Nukem 3D lands in the Android Market, a new and improved Google+ for Android, and more!
2 Nov 2011
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* CW "cwickies" are on the way. * YOUTUBE plans content-filtering system for September. * JOHN MALONE eyes VIRGIN MEDIA. * ESPN takes multi-platform to the X-treme. * NOWPUBLIC gets funding for crowd-sourcing news.
30 Jul 2007
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Thanks to the iPhone, millions of people finally have the Internet in their pocket, and feel it to be so. But there are still big obstacles to unleashing the innovative potential of the mobile web. The industry's hands are tied in the US, because carriers and device makers, for the most part, keep outside developers from changing or adding unauthorized software. Similarly, computer industry players tend toward proprietary walled gardens. Apple is notoriously closed; Microsoft, which has a slowly growing presence in smartphones for business use, has made no secret of its move toward mass-market consumer phones; and BlackBerry is also is trying to move beyond business devices and into the consumer market. Enter Android, Google’s smartphone OS. Android is about as open as you can get, and its partners include Sprint, T-Mobile, Telefonica, LG, Samsung, Motorola, and the major Telecoms in China and Japan. It’s designed to run on almost any hardware and includes a fully open and free UI complete with source code. It costs nothing for carriers to use, harnesses the power of Google's own applications, and throws development out to the whole coding world. Android will no doubt change the nature of the mobile technology. The focus of the industry is shifting from what's inside the phone to the online stuff a handset can access, from mobile music and photo sharing to GPS and location-based services. Now the question is turning to how controlled it should be. Mark Rolston, CEO of leading app developer Frog Design, challenged Google VP of Mobile Rich Miner at AO's Summit Stanford to address how, with so many partners and developers, Google would prevent a proliferation of incompatible versions. "In addition to open sourcing the code for Android," Miner responded, "we're going to open source the compliance tests." In other words, Google will let the Android community police compatibility standards. Smart. In an increasingly fragmented mobile space, someone needs to step in, establish and enforce standards. In Europe and Asia, governments have carried the stick, and as a result their mobile adoption and use habits have surged ahead of the U.S. But Google's crowd-sourcing approach may level the playing field and bring the states up to speed more quickly than many expect.
30 Jul 2008
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This shows how to get advice on relationships, dating, and other topics using crowd sourcing. this posted by RateABull**** where you can watch videos about how to do jelqing, find the g-spot, the best sexual positions and how to track an email.
9 Jan 2009
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RiP! A REMIX MANIFESTO, the innovative documentary exploring the complexities of intellectual property in the era of peer-to-peer file sharing, is coming to DVD June 30th. The DVD is loaded with over 90 minutes of extras including fan remixes, and naturally is DRM-free. Official Site with Pay want you want download: *******www.ripremix****/ Buy DVD on Amazon: *******budurl****/xdl3 Buy on itunes: *******budurl****/k23q When it comes to remix culture, copyfight and crowd-sourcing, Brett Gaylor walks the walk. - Wired a knockout. Rip is a dazzling frontal assault on how corporate culture is using copyright law to muzzle freedom of expression. - Macleans Magazine The sexiest film about copyright infringement Ive ever seen. CBC An audience favorite at film festivals worldwide, this movie-as-mash-up shatters the wall between users and producers, as web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor invites audiences to remix his raw footage (at opensourcecinema****), allowing them to become part of the film itself. An Official Selection at SXSW 2009 and the Audience Choice selection at Amsterdams International Doc Festival and the Whistler Film Fest, RiP! A REMIX MANIFESTO makes its DVD debut on June 30. Featuring: - Gregg Gillis (Girl Talk), a mash-up musician topping the charts with his sample-based songs - Lawrence Lessig, founder of Creative Commons and Stanfords Center for Internet and Society - Cory Doctorow, technology activist and co-editor of the popular blog Boing Boing - Marybeth Peters, U.S. Register of Copyrights - The Mouse Liberation Front A participatory media experiment, from day one, Brett shares his raw footage at opensourcecinema****, for anyone to remix. This movie-as-mash-up method allows these remixes to become an integral part of the film. With RiP: A remix manifesto, Gaylor and Girl Talk sound an urgent alarm and draw the lines of battle.
4 Jun 2009
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Script:You may have caught our live coverage of the Republican National Convention. We seemed to have cameras where ever the action was and were reporting what was happening hours if not days before the legacy media.So how did The UpTake, a non-profit that operates on a shoestring and the kindness of donors, manage to out-do the multi-million dollar corporate media? Simple: Train, Organize and Crowd source.We discovered people learn the most when we do hands-on, one-on-one sessions to cover the basics. Most important was to give people feedback on what they did.Now you have a bunch of people who can run a camera and want to cover news. Thats great! But what are they all going to do? This is where applying the same organization techniques used in political campaigns comes into play.We turned to free services available on the web to keep track of volunteers, story ideas, events and of course equipment. The challenge was to connect volunteers with story assignments and equipment. We didnt have our own equipment to start, so we created a database of equipment our volunteers owned and were willing to lend out. We let people submit story ideas to our website.The hard part was finding volunteers to cover those stories. So we put one person in charge of just connecting volunteers and stories.(video of Recount and trial)Organizing volunteers was integral to our marathon coverage of Minnesotas US Senate recount and Election Contest Trial. The UpTake was the ONLY media to cover every minute of this and thousands around the world watched daily... for several months. Standup: Organizing can be as low-tech as listing what might happen on a sheet of paper and asking people who is interested in going there with a camera. It can also be as high-tech as using the cutting edge tools.Using Cover it Live and Twitter during live events were able let our audience help us with the reporting. The time stamp on both services helps us locate the important snippets of video out of the hours we record... allowing our volunteers to quickly edit clips that are interesting.Using a free service called Tubemogul, we can publish those clips to You Tube, Blip and more than a dozen other video websites in a matter of minutes.During the RNC we used crowd sourcing on twitter to weretrack where news was happening by searching for the RNC hashtag or following particular peoples tweets.Since our volunteers were dispersed all over downtown, we could have someone on the scene in minutes. And thanks to a free service called Qik, we were able to stream live video of the event as it happened.We use two kinds of phones for live streaming: The Nokia N-95 and the iPhone. Both lack a good lens and a good microphone. But we were able to solve part of that problem by using adaptors to plug in a professional microphone. These phones gave us another important advantage: police couldnt confiscate our video.Thats an important consideration because police arrested dozens of journalists, including one of our own. Once the video was streamed from the phone, it was on a server where the police couldnt reach it.We still sent people out with regular tape cameras... and they came back with compelling video that we quickly captured, edited and distributed for the whole world to see.The UpTake - a shoestring volunteer operation -- was able to do all of this not only because the technology to do it was easy and affordable... but because we were able to organize. That is the secret ingredient in any citizen journalism organization...
1 Jul 2009
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Justmeans attracts and ignites advocates for better business. The Justmeans Good Work Framework allows companies to post their media to multiple social networks simultaneously, crowd-source feedback on their good work, run multi-channel campaigns and contests to further involve stakeholders, and then track the results of all of their online communications from one place. With 100,000 users and millions of page views per year, along with straightforward online tools, companies are able to leverage the Justmeans community and technology in order to participate in wide-reaching, innovative stakeholder engagement. For more information please visit www.justmeans****.
28 Aug 2009
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Justmeans attracts and ignites advocates for better business. The Justmeans Good Work Framework allows companies to post their media to multiple social networks simultaneously, crowd-source feedback on their good work, run multi-channel campaigns and contests to further involve stakeholders, and then track the results of all of their online communications from one place. With 100,000 users and millions of page views per year, along with straightforward online tools, companies are able to leverage the Justmeans community and technology in order to participate in wide-reaching, innovative stakeholder engagement. For more information please visit www.justmeans****.
28 Aug 2009
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Nerd Stalker interview with Creative.ly GEO, Julian Cash at FailCon in San Francisco. Lookout Flickr, Picasa and yes Corbis here comes the crowd sourcing drag and drop power of Creative.ly. Distributed by Tubemogul.
29 Nov 2009
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*******seosmoguide****, Tips and tools for search engine optimization, Google Adwords, social media marketing,social networking, social bookmarking, crowd sourcing, and social media newsroom, including social media ebooks, Twitter following tools.
29 Mar 2010
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