Monthly Archives: May 2011

My Crowdsourcing Idea

Crowdsourcing is the act of outsourcing tasks to an undefined group of people or community. Basically, a distributed problem-solving and production model. Jeff Howe claims that crowdsourcing is successful because it is an open call to anyone, so it therefore … Continue reading

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My Website Idea

The problem: Anyone can be a publisher. In my last post on Ethics, I discussed how many online sources are not even credible, and even if they have been some form of fact-checked, the information is not well-rounded and it … Continue reading

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Ethical Dilemma

Anyone can be a publisher, but is that okay? Don’t get me wrong I love the fact that people can share their views and ideas with each other online, but blogs are becoming news. Readers are starting to take what … Continue reading

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The WSJ Knows What’s Up

Information wants to be expensive. Newspapers are starting to require subscriptions in order to view online content. Many readers are outraged, and believe they should be able to get their news online for free. But it costs money to run … Continue reading

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