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Creativity and Innovation from the Crowd

June 16th, 2013   •   no comments   

Ross Dawson

We’re all part of a “global brain”, nodes in a vast interconnected network of humanity.

So says Ross Dawson, author of Getting Results from Crowds. Sharing his perspectives at the recent Crowdsourcing Week here in Singapore, Dawson proclaimed that this ubiquitous connectivity accelerates both openness and creativity, mediated by the social web.
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Is Crowdsourcing Rocking Your World?

June 9th, 2013   •   2 comments   

Well, Sean Moffitt (above), author of Wikibrands, seem to think so. And he isn’t the only one.

If you’ve followed the news, you would know that Singapore start up Pirate3D (a 3D printer maker) raised a staggering $366,763 from crowd funding platform Kickstarter just 24 hours after being listed! With almost 2,000 backers, the firm has already raised close to $770,000 in total which is way above its $100,000 target.
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