Tag: crowd-sourcing

Mar 27 2012

Kickstart an Air Quality Egg

I’ve been looking for excuses to talk about Pachube (founder Usman Haque has contributed to past Be2camp events I’ve been involved with), the Internet of Things and about crowd-sourced funding of innovations, so an email from Pachube announcing the launch of its Kickstarter fund-raising programme to build a batch of web-enabled air quality monitoring devices was very …

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Nov 12 2009

Not invented here

Large parts of the UK architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sector have proved resistant to ideas of partnering, knowledge-sharing and integrated collaborative working (despite the efforts of Latham and Egan, while only time will tell if Wolstenholme‘s Never Waste a Good Crisis fares any better). The IT departments of many AEC organisations similarly adopt a …

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Oct 27 2009

Creative crowdsourcing – a technique for AEC clients?

Creative crowdsourcing was discussed at yesterday’s Media140, where it was defined as: a process that expands the creative resources of an agency by utilising the creative capacity of thousands of other individuals to respond to a problem or challenge. The speakers, Nic Ray of Quirk and Noam Buchalter, manager of the Peperami campaign at Unilever, …

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