Archive | March, 2009

31 March 2009 ~ 4 Comments

The Mechanical Turk Experiment: How I made $2.18 an hour – and how you can too!

I am a reasonably intelligent person, so one day I was wondering how much I could make by signing up and working as a Turker on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk

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23 March 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Open source succeeds under a benevolent dictatorship — and so do co-creation projects

Chris Anderson (of the Long Tail) recently articulated an interesting metaphor regarding social media and driving a project/organization forward. In his post Open source is a company; social media is a country I would call particular attention to his take on successful open source projects: Many people mistakenly think that open source projects are emergent, […]

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10 March 2009 ~ 2 Comments

Guest Author Post on ReadWriteWeb: Get Satisfaction Leads Among Idea Aggregators

I recently published my first guest author post on ReadWriteWeb covering idea/suggestion/complaint aggregators.

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