co-creation

Crowdsourcing Harry Potter?

by: Alain Thys

Spoiler alert: This post gives away a key plot point of the final Harry Potter book.  So if you've haven't finished the book, do not read on.

Last week Monday (at 1:30 AM) I finished part 7 of the Harry Potter series and after sat through the young man's wizardry adventures for thousands and thousands of pages, the end of the series felt like losing a friend.

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Decisive Factor Is Not how We Create but How We Consume

by: Lynette Webb

I've come close to buying the book "Cult of the Amateur" a few times now, but have shied away as I sensed it was going to be one of those books I threw at the wall every few pages in frustration.

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If 2 Minds Are Better than One Then How about 2 Thousand?

by: Lynette Webb

This was the title of an article I stumbled across, a review of a book about AI and the way minds work. www.emcp.com/intro_pc/reading12.htm. I can't vouch for the book yet, although I've just ordered it... (I have SO many books piled up now, it's getting ridiculous!)... But something about this phrase just really grabbed me.

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How Threadless.com democratizes design and innovation

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wikipedia accounts for 1 in 200 page views

This quote comes from a fantastic article about Wikipedia in the NYT a few days back.

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the living proof of wikinomics

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how to turn your large organisation into a web 2.0 wizard in 15 steps

by: Yann Gourvennec

introduction

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Knowledge Access As a Public Good

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Delta wants your bold new ideas

by: Dominic Basulto

Piggybacking on the whole "outside innovation" trend, Delta has created a new micro-site called Experience Change, which encourages airline customers to submit ideas, tips and insights into how to make the travel experience better.

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Joint innovation: a client perspective in real-time

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