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Google takes over Times Square, just to prove its Chromebook is for everyone
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Google published a new site called " Gallery for Everyone " to which anyone can upload an image and tell what they use the Chromebook for. Submitted entries include “For Movies“, “For...

Tim SatterthwaiteNov 24, 2012 01:21 pm GMT2326 views
Google takes over Times Square, just to prove its Chromebook is for everyone
DonorsChoose Overwhelmed By Demand for $99 Google Chromebooks

Hours after offering discounted laptops to teachers through crowd philanthropy site DonorsChoose, the platform said it had been overwhelmed by demand and forced to stop taking new requests.

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Eric MackDec 12, 2012 02:59 pm GMT7678 views
Code Hero, Chromebooks and Crowdmapping Syrian Casualties in the Crowded Room

In the Crowded Room this week, we look at controversial Kickstarter project Code Hero, a crowdmapping project for Syrian abuses and how Google pushed Chromebooks to classrooms on a crowdfunding platform.

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Eric MackDec 13, 2012 09:48 pm GMT3726 views
Culturebooster Hosting Back-to-School Crowdfunding Webinars for Teachers

Culturebooster is hoping to attract new projects and backers ahead of the school year, and to raise awareness of its services — and to help teachers learn how to crowdfund properly — the platform is running two free webinars. Links to register after the jump.

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Anton RootAug 07, 2014 05:13 pm GMT29469 views
Each of the Top 25 Best Global Brands Has Used Crowdsourcing
Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Alix Cuenin of eYeka, a creative crowdsourcing firm, writes in with an update on a previous article penned by Yannig Roth, in which he documented crowdsourcing examples in ten of the world's eleven top brands. Clearly, crowdsourcing has become a lot more popular since then, as now, 25 of the best brands (according to Interbrand) have made use of the crowd. Check out how they did it, after the jump!

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Crowdsourcing.orgJun 22, 2015 03:21 pm GMT12414 views
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