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Domino's Think Oven
video Distributed Knowledge

Think Oven has two parts: Projects and Idea Box. Projects is where Domino's is asking for help on something specific. While Idea Box is where people can submit any idea they might have for...

Jason RobbinsFeb 09, 2012 09:03 pm GMT2848 views
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Domino's Think Oven
Behind the scenes of Domino’s Pizza’s ‘Think Oven’ Facebook campaign
document Crowd Creativity

At present, Napkin Labs touts 4 apps: Brainstorm lets brands run brainstorming campaigns based on a question or topic; Photoboard is a gathering place for photos and pictures;...

Jayne AnnApr 09, 2012 11:30 am GMT2400 views
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Behind the scenes of Domino’s Pizza’s ‘Think Oven’ Facebook campaign
Can Domino’s Continue Pizza Turnaround with Crowdsourcing - or Are Fans Crowdsourced Out?
document Distributed Knowledge

No stranger to public opinion, Domino’s Pizza Turnaround brand refresh was considered a 2010 success story and a model of transparency, with a CEO admitting the company's flagship product...

Jason RobbinsFeb 09, 2012 08:57 pm GMT1162 views
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Can Domino’s Continue Pizza Turnaround with Crowdsourcing - or Are Fans Crowdsourced Out?
Domino's asks Australian Facebook fans to create a new pizza
document Crowd Creativity

For the next week, fans will vote on their favourite Domino's Pizza crust, sauce and ingredients, with the most popular selection each day added to the pizza. Then, people will be able to...

Claire MackayMar 20, 2012 07:06 am GMT1828 views
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Domino's asks Australian Facebook fans to create a new pizza
Clay Shirky Talks JOBS Act and the New Business Ecosystem
Crowdfunding

Clay Shirky is an American writer, consultant and teacher on the social and economic effects of Internet technologies — at least, according to Wikipedia, the crowdsourced encyclopedia for which he serves as an advisor. Shirky is also the author of Here Comes Everybody (2008) and Cognitive Surplus (2010), two books examining the results, ramifications and potential of aggregated individual action.

Crowdsourcing.org recently spoke with web guru Clay Shirky about the JOBS Act, which President Obama signed into law on April 5. In the transcript — available after the jump — Shirky explains why he “would love to be able to offer essentially wholehearted support of the crowdfunding law,” but has several reservations about the regulatory relief embedded in the bill. (Spoiler: A lot comes down to the SEC’s interpretation of the law, which is ostensibly scheduled to conclude in the first few days of 2013.) Shirky also discusses Kickstarter’s present dominance in the crowdfunding space, the vagaries of pre-JOBS Act law in relation to crowdfunding, and the effect of the JOBS Act on the current startup ecosystem and traditional venture capital.

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Eric BlattbergApr 22, 2012 04:39 am GMT5775 views
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RocketHub and FreshDirect Partner Up to Find the ‘Next Big Food Thing’
Crowdfunding

What's in a (brand) name? A lot, RocketHub is betting. We speak with CEO and co-founder Brian Meece to discuss its current partnership with FreshDirect, and why the platform is so keen on forging relationships with big-name brands.

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Anton RootDec 12, 2013 10:08 pm GMT3850 views
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