Tag Archives: Dmitry Glukhovsky


Bringing anarchy to the creative process – When distributed work meets interesting web content

Posted on by Ida Hakola

… to share, though there are exceptions. Ever heard of the sci-fi book Metro 2033? Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky started publishing chapters of his unfinished book on the web while he was still writing the book. Glukhovsky wanted the readers to have their say on the storyline – and they did! Thousands people rewrote the chapter and in the end the novel reached 2 million online readers before it was printed.

Glukhovsky’s story was a happy one (ahem, except for the nuclear apocalypse …

Tags: Content Management crowd crowdsourcing crowdsourcing platform distributed work Dmitry Glukhovsky Idea Metro 2033 Microsoft Site Management Web Applications Web content

, , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment