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Redditors crowdsource charitable giving
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"Things are looking good. Our donors have been really, really loyal to us, which is wonderful. I know it's tough for people out there and it's great that they're continuing to...

Fritz SchaeferDec 12, 2011 06:17 am GMT1849 views
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Redditors crowdsource charitable giving
'The Free Internet Act' Emerges As Redditors Craft SOPA Alternative
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An Austrian Reddit user, who goes by the name "RoyalwithCheese22" and prefers to remain semi-anonymous, started the thread with the intention of building a piece of potential...

Benjamin FosselFeb 25, 2012 05:45 am GMT1350 views
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'The Free Internet Act' Emerges As Redditors Craft SOPA Alternative
These Are the World's Most Reddit-Obsessed Cities
article Distributed Knowledge

Redditors in Austin deserve a big pat on the back for making their city the world's most prolific in terms of pageviews per capita, according to the post. The top 10 for that category is...

Pablo BracciniMay 09, 2013 05:56 am GMT1298 views
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These Are the World's Most Reddit-Obsessed Cities
Reddit CEO Proposes Cryptocurrency to Let Redditors Own Shares in Company
article Distributed Knowledge

Crowdsourcing website -- Reddit has announced a $50 million round of fundraising. Moreover, there's an interesting quirk in the news for average Redditors — it could also be working a...

Tim SatterthwaiteOct 01, 2014 05:03 am GMT471 views
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Reddit CEO Proposes Cryptocurrency to Let Redditors Own Shares in Company
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Reddit is a social news website, owned by Condé Nast Digital, a subsidiary of Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. Users (also called redditors) can browse and have the option to submit links to...

Carl EspostiOct 08, 2010 04:41 pm GMT2118 views
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Radiohead - Paranoid Android: YouTube Artists Mix
video Crowd Creativity

The concept is a great one, taking bass, guitar, drum, piano, vocal and band covers of Paranoid Android and blending them seamlessly into one huge collaborative effort. Even if you’re not a...

Tonya Van Dijk Jun 26, 2011 12:27 pm GMT5866 views
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Radiohead - Paranoid Android: YouTube Artists Mix
Irreverent atheists crowdsource charitable giving
document Crowdfunding

"We're not doing a heavy push on fundraising. We're really not trying to overwhelm people that way," said Jennifer Tierney, who is in charge of fundraising at DWB. "I...

Fiona MaresDec 09, 2011 10:03 pm GMT1539 views
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Irreverent atheists crowdsource charitable giving
Reddit Tracks Down Adoptee’s Family, And His Biological Sister’s Boobs
document Distributed Knowledge

This is a story in which Reddit's paradoxical impulses come together perfectly. The massive community has become famous for doing good, raising thousands of dollars for charity and...

Tim SatterthwaiteDec 23, 2011 09:13 pm GMT1460 views
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Reddit Tracks Down Adoptee’s Family, And His Biological Sister’s Boobs
Distributed Knowledge: It's a Wiki-World

Distributed Knowledge is the most discussed type of crowdsourcing, with the category’s top 15 platforms garnering nearly nine million social media mentions during the examined one-year timeframe. There’s a reason, after all, that the cocktail party definition of crowdsourcing is “Wikipedia, for everything.” Speaking of the community-authored encyclopedia, Wikipedia ranks highest in “absolute buzz” among Distributed Knowledge sites, racking up 2,216,124 total mentions. Social news aggregator Digg comes in a close second with 2,118,646 mentions, followed by social news site Reddit, the self-proclaimed “front page of the internet,” which garnered 1,747,223 mentions. Discovery engine StumbleUpon and TomTom, a GPS navigation company that crowdsources map info, round out the top five with 1,247,871 and 476,283 mentions respectively.

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Eric BlattbergFeb 10, 2012 01:58 am GMT2788 views
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Upvote This: Reddit Users Are Writing a Law to Protect the Internet
document Distributed Knowledge

The goal of the act is stated on the sidebar of the subreddit: “To promote prosperity, creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation by preventing the restriction of liberty and preventing...

Sebastian BlancaFeb 21, 2012 05:09 am GMT1504 views
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Upvote This: Reddit Users Are Writing a Law to Protect the Internet
‘Bully’ Director Takes Questions From Fans on Reddit
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Lee Hirsch, the director of the documentary Bully, has taken to crowdsourcing site- Reddit to do one of the site’s famous ‘Ask Me Anything’ crowdsourced interviews.The filmmaker will be answering...

Tim SatterthwaiteApr 13, 2012 11:39 pm GMT3322 views
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‘Bully’ Director Takes Questions From Fans on Reddit
People Are Awesome: Using Reddit to Crowdsource Gifts for a Dying Man
document Distributed Knowledge

"The mail that’s arrived has all been extremely positive and thoughtful," O'Connor told Mashable. "My family and I are amazed at how so many strangers could come together for a...

Jason RobbinsMay 15, 2012 01:51 pm GMT764 views
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People Are Awesome: Using Reddit to Crowdsource Gifts for a Dying Man
People Are Awesome: Using Reddit to Crowdsource Gifts for a Dying Man
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Reddit user Sean O'Connor asked a favor of his fellow Redditors. O'Connor's uncle, Scott Widak, is 47 years old and afflicted with Down syndrome and terminal liver disease. Wanting...

Rebecca GutierrezMay 15, 2012 02:14 pm GMT1117 views
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People Are Awesome: Using Reddit to Crowdsource Gifts for a Dying Man
Crowdsourcing News Coverage

The tragic movie theater shooting that took place in Aurora, Colorado last week grabbed headlines across the world. Before the reporters could get to Aurora, however, the events were already beginning to be reported on the social news site Reddit, highlighting the emerging trend of crowdsourcing news coverage.

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Anton RootJul 23, 2012 06:39 am GMT4700 views
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Reddit Donate launches for nonprofit crowdfunding: 'no gimmicks, no tricks, just buttons'
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Today, e-payment network Dwolla announced the creation of Reddit Donate, a service that allows moderators to add donation buttons for a charity of their choosing to their subreddit.Right now...

Pablo BracciniAug 28, 2012 01:12 pm GMT1243 views
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Reddit Donate launches for nonprofit crowdfunding: 'no gimmicks, no tricks, just buttons'
Can a Reddit Fundraising Platform Magnify the Internet’s Generosity?
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Reddit Donate is a free fundraising platform created to promote social good. The system guarantees more safety and lower costs in regards to online donations.Similarly with most Internet payment...

Fritz SchaeferAug 30, 2012 12:48 pm GMT1714 views
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Can a Reddit Fundraising Platform Magnify the Internet’s Generosity?
Obama Engages the Crowd

President Barack Obama stepped away from his busy schedule to chat with the Reddit community on Wednesday, taking part in the Ask Me Anything (AMA) interview series. The president fielded questions on everything from the effect of super PACs on American politics to funding for space exploration.

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Anton RootAug 31, 2012 02:02 pm GMT6131 views
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Obama spike! Surprise Reddit AMA sees 4.4m pageviews, 1.6m uniques in one day
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Reddit, the funniest site on the Internet after 9GAG (I kid, I kid) certainly got a lot of attention when U.S. President Barack Obama decided to stop by for an impromptu ‘Ask Me Anything’ (AMA)...

Pablo BracciniAug 31, 2012 02:01 pm GMT1183 views
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Obama spike! Surprise Reddit AMA sees 4.4m pageviews, 1.6m uniques in one day
Congresswoman to Reddit: Crowdsource this Bill
Distributed Knowledge

U.S. Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) is working on a bill to establish better due process requirements for the federal seizure of domain names — and she’s asking the Reddit community for help.

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Eric BlattbergNov 21, 2012 08:06 am GMT4103 views
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How Reddit Is Crowdsourcing The Future
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Crowdsourcing site - Reddit, in particular, has made a big impact on social news; the site had more than 55 million unique visitors in February of this year. Here’s how it works: “Redditors” vote...

Sebastian BlancaMar 21, 2013 06:47 am GMT2362 views
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How Reddit Is Crowdsourcing The Future
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