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Web 1.0, Web 2.0, Web 3.0 - The way it was, the way it is, the way it will be.

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Web 1.0, Web 2.0, Web 3.0 - The way it was, the way it is, the way it will be.

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Pierre Tran's curator insight, July 21, 2013 8:34 AM

Web 1.0 : Top down and traditional

Web 2.0 : Democratization of information – anyone can publish

Web 3.0 : The data takes over – construction and reconstructing itself to form unique and original combinations, even coming up with new ideas

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After Waze, What Else Can Mobile Crowdsourcing Do? - Liz Gannes ...

After Waze, What Else Can Mobile Crowdsourcing Do? - Liz Gannes ... | Surveillance Culture - Crowdsourcing | Scoop.it
What sorts of useful things can the geolocated, sensor-laden smartphone toters of the world do for each other?
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Crowdsourcing can't beat power of the individual genius - The Guardian

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Nobody is, obviously, as clever as everybody, who, also obviously, has listened to Clay Shirky and has finally arrived.


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Surveillance state - Boston Globe

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Surveillance state Boston Globe The former US government contractor's exposure of sweeping intelligence gathering at home and abroad unleashed a frenzy of media coverage, with Snowden's self-aggrandizement and mercurial personality winning the...
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Tumblr, Art, and Web 2.0 Ecologies: The Medium Is Still the Message

Tumblr, Art, and Web 2.0 Ecologies: The Medium Is Still the Message | Surveillance Culture - Crowdsourcing | Scoop.it

On the eve of web 2.0, there were a few sites emerging like Zing.com, an early place for photo sharing. The technology of self-surveillance wasn’t up to speed at that point to make them stick though. Facebook and smartphones would go on to complete the social shift to “sharing.” “Overexposed Dancing” was one of our early works that anticipated this change.

 

From 1997 to 2003, we worked together on a series of internet art performances, all of which were archived on Cary’s website, Restlessculture.net. Our performances took place on eBay, Evite, Ofoto, MySpace, and a host of other early social media sites that no longer exist. Taking off from Marcel Duchamp’s concept of the readymade, we called these performances “digital readymades.” In an article written for Leonardo, Cary defined what this meant:

 

I prefer to work within a protocol of what I call “digital ready-mades,” including GNU and commercial software, found code and web-based apps that allow for the quick use or plug-and-play creation of modular instruction-sets for the organization and reorganization of diverse media … Through my practice, I have developed a concern for the continuance of free and creatively infused information that interrupts hysterical modes of consumerism through networked theater. Evites to parties that neither begin nor end, Ebay auctions for wood and balloons, and [eventually] hundreds of movies posted to YouTube wherein I can’t ever stop dancing because of my excitement over low AP...


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The Future of Crowdsourcing: Three Trends

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As part of MSLGROUP's recent Future of Engagement report (Kindle, SlideShare report, SlideShare deck, Visually, YouTube), I wrote about various models build

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Crowdsourcing Model - Editable in PowerPoint

Crowdsourcing Model - Editable in PowerPoint | Surveillance Culture - Crowdsourcing | Scoop.it
Use this 7 slide editable deck to visually explain the crowdsourcing model to your organization and clients. Use this template as a standalone pitch or as a plug and play to explain the crowdsourcing channels associated with your line of business.

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PowerPoint & Keynote Solutions from Chillibreeze's curator insight, April 17, 2013 6:39 AM

These slides are mostly used to illustrate factors affecting an end result, contribution to an effort steps, cause and effect, progression etc. They can also be used highlight and analyse information.

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Truthful Incentives in Crowdsourcing Tasks using Regret Minimization Mechanisms

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Monetary incentives in Crowdsourcing platforms Designing the right incentive structure and pricing policies for workers is the central component of online crowdsourcing platforms, e.g. Mechanical Turk.

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Train passengers and railway staff tilted a train car to one side as they rescued a woman Monday at a station near Tokyo. She had fallen between a the car and the platform. The woman was not seriou...

Train passengers and railway staff tilted a train car to one side as they rescued a woman Monday at a station near Tokyo. She had fallen between a the car and the platform. The woman was not seriou... | Surveillance Culture - Crowdsourcing | Scoop.it
Photo (This gives "crowdsourcing" a whole new meaning. http://t.co/CEQbItvDfq)
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The Worldwide Crowdfunding Landscape: An Infographic - Crowdsourcing.org

The Worldwide Crowdfunding Landscape: An Infographic - Crowdsourcing.org | Surveillance Culture - Crowdsourcing | Scoop.it
The infographic covers broad topics, like overall dollars raised and platform breakdown by region, as well as specific ones, including the most successful platforms and projects.

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Crowdfunding Stories: Carl Esposti & Kevin Berg Grell from Crowdsourcing.org

In this episode of 'Crowdfunding Stories' Carl Esposti & Kevin Berg Grell from Crowdsourcing.org and Massolution share their expert insights on the current state of crowdfunding.

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