Tag Archives: Huffington Post
March 10, 2011
… content or just more spam results on Google, who knows).
Unless you happen to be Arianna Huffington (who sold the Huffington Post to AOL for a cool $315 million last month) the world of online content can be pretty tough. Reporters, freelancers, bloggers and tweeters are all in fierce competition for readers. Depending on how good the next 473 words turn out to be, things might be about to get even more crowded.
Tags: Amazon Mechanical Turk AOL Arianna Huffington Carnegie Mellon University Charlie Sheen crowd crowdsourcing crowdsourcing platform Demand Media distributed work Huffington Post Journalism microworkAmazon Mechanical Turk, AOL, Arianna Huffington, Carnegie Mellon University, Charlie Sheen, crowd, crowdsourcing, crowdsourcing platform, Demand Media, distributed work, Huffington Post, Journalism, microwork | Leave a comment
August 29, 2012
… up with a new name for apple flavored Mountain Dew. As discussed in a recent Crowdsourcing.org post, the process was hijacked by pranksters from Reddit and 4chan, leaving the online leader-board filled with suggestions like “Gushing Granny” and “Fapple.” This is not an isolated incident. As General Motors once painfully found out, sometimes the crowd acts unpredictably.
The thing is, it’s not hard to see why Villa Fresh turned to crowdsourcing in this instance. …
June 18, 2012
… lover of the good old dead-tree format, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to post you a free paper copy.
Whatever format you choose, we hope you enjoy it!
June 13, 2012
I’d like to start with a confession: when I’m not thinking about crowdsourcing, I’m busy being a huge geek. Not trendy geek chic, unfortunately, but the old fashioned type (a trendsetter maybe?). Read on bearing this in mind.
My main vice is Magic: the Gathering , a role-play card game where players are magically-dueling wizards. The only game pieces are cards which …
May 30, 2012
… itself open to being found. If I really wanted to hide my Lucky Charms, I’m not going to post their coordinates online and leave them under a bush at the local dog park.
So even today with all our crowdsourcing and hi-tech toys, you can disappear just by heading somewhere a little off the map (apparently London and the Indian Ocean are equally good for this) or invest in a decent disguise. Does this mean that the power and reach of crowdsourcing is overrated? Perhaps, when it …
← Older posts