Crowdsourcing Archive

Community ownership in real estate finally coming to the masses: Why hasn’t there been mass community ownership in real estate development before?
Cities look to crowdsource change in their ‘hoods: When it comes to crowdsourcing, there’s not much compelling about the Give
Blending online and face-to-face crowdsourcing: With the crowdsourcing of an entire downtown’s revitalization in Bristol, Connecticut, it’s
Another restaurant’s crowdsourcing takes off: While a restaurant concept initiated in 2007, now known as Elements, is
Car-free community proposed in South Carolina: If you’re passionate about walking, biking and living outside of the city,
Transparent ‘keeping it real’ development: Now there’s a term you don’t hear very often, but you’re going
Purpose-driven collaborative crowdsourcing: Crowdsourcing often gets negatively associated with competitive websites that utilize a crowd
Crowdsourcing sustainability for Maine hood: As part of the American Institute of Architect’s (AIA) Sustainable Design Assessment
Why placemaking isn’t crowdsourced… yet: Why are wildly successful services like Facebook, Google, eBay and Amazon sourced by
Reader: ‘How to crowdsource a creative cultural district?: Posted publicly on Facebook here, Keith Ammann’s question on how to go
You are the future of city building: If you’re selected to speak at TED, it’s because you’re changing the
Collaborative crowdsourcing: Because crowdsourcing is defined as outsourcing a task to a community using
The creative economy = the ‘direct economy: For the purpose of understanding the evolution of our economy and our
The Fed funds crowdsourced transit solutions: First we had the federal government funding crowdsourced placemaking solutions, and now
First Fed funded crowdsourced placemaking!: If even the federal government is funding a crowdsourced placemaking project, you
The first global crowdsourced placemaking chat: On May 27, 2009 a group of people committed to crowdsourced placemaking
Applying the right brain’s ‘Six Senses’ to crowdsourced placemaking: If we can hold onto a little bit of hope that there’s
Crowdsourcing 101: Crowdsourcing is a powerful tool, and is fast becoming a standard way
The carrotmob, aka reverse boycott, helps biz: The old ‘stick’ approach to making a difference in your neighborhood was
Learning from the cohousing model: For many, the image that first pops into people’s heads who have
The magical 1:9:90 rule to crowdsourced placemaking: If there was ever a concise, sticky way to explain the crowdsourced
Diversity key to crowdsourcing cool places: On the one hand you have the good ol’ boys network. On
Applying the Threadless model to placemaking: How does one apply a successful crowdsourcing model to placemaking? In the
Crowdsourcing t-shirts a step towards placemaking?: What do t-shirts have to do with creating places? Since we were
12 ‘open source’ principles for crowdsourced placemaking (2 of 2): Continuing our look at the 12 principles for crowdsourced placemaking beta communities
12 ‘open source’ principles for crowdsourced placemaking (1 of 2): What are the principles for crowdsourced placemaking? One way to determine that
Crowdsource the place YOU want – right now!: While this site provides you 1400 vignettes on what crowdsource placemaking can
Can attainable green condos be crowdsourced?: Following the announcement of a green home crowdsourcing program in July 2008,
The ‘trailer’ for ‘the’ crowdsourcing book: It’s pretty safe to say this is the video preview of the
Elements hits the Washington Post front page: Up until recently, crowdsourced placemaking only made it to the front page