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  • Google's Tip Jar Uses Crowdsourcing to Help People Save Money

    Google's Tip Jar Uses Crowdsourcing to Help People Save Money

    Google is using its Moderator product to help people share ideas on how to save money in recessionary times. Moderator is a tool that helps groups determine which questions should be asked at all-hands meetings, conferences, and online Q&A sessions, among other scenarios. Google has set up a site called Tip Jar, which is powered by Moderator, to gathers money-saving tips in one place… Read More

  • Obama's Crowdsourced Resolutions For 2009

    Obama's Crowdsourced Resolutions For 2009

    What should be Barack Obama’s resolutions for the New Year once he takes office? He needs to look no further than his transition Website, Change.gov, where more than 74,031 people have submitted more than 53,369 questions (and counting) for his administration and voted 3,122,015 times to prioritize the questions in a Digg-like fashion. Part of his Open Government initiatives, the Open… Read More

  • Use Google Moderator To Crowdsource Group Questions

    Use Google Moderator To Crowdsource Group Questions

    Google Moderator launched this evening, a simple tool that helps groups determine which questions should be asked at all hands meetings, conferences, Q&A sessions, etc. The idea is that there are always lots of good questions to ask in a limited period of time, but it’s hard to know which questions the attendees are most interested in hearing discussed. Moderator lets users add… Read More