Very annoying; very useful.
How a non-profit tech company is combining crowdsourcing, citizen journalism and geospatial information to drive social activism and public accountability
RealtyMogul is a real estate crowdfunding platform where investors, real estate investment sponsors, and borrowers come together to create mutually agreeable real estate investments.
Use crowd-sourcing to lower the personal costs of participating in community activities.
For over 20 years, Angie's List has leveraged technology to help homeowners make wise purchasing decisions, but does the company have staying power?
Lay’s potato chips crowd-sources new flavors in an annual contest – but is it more marketing engine than product development innovation?
Crowd-sourcing in the food industry? The idea seems preposterous, but a Seattle-based startup is trying to change that. Crowd Cow has created an online platform that allows foodies to purchase various cuts of premium beef with strangers on its website. Customers […]
Hats should be designed by the crowd.
What started as a place for disgruntled employees to share their frustrations with the people upstairs anonymously, quickly became a money-making machine.
Quirky was a brilliant idea. Why not crowd-source product ideas. Vote on the best ones. And only bring the ones people want to life. Seems foolproof right? Maybe not so much…