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The Age of the Comment Card is Over

There are numerous ways to communicate with your network these days. You can build customer forums, tweet, fill out online surveys… certainly you can build online communities with IdeaScale… you can have your audience fill out comment cards… Wait a minute? That’s still happening? I had forgotten about the comment card until the other day … Continued

Crowdsourcing the Neighborhood Watch

It used to require volunteering a few nights a week, monthly meetings, and perhaps putting your name on a list at town hall. Now, one way of being a good citizen is as easy as logging into vandaltrack.com. Graffiti is one of those neighborhood occurrences that often blights an otherwise charming scene. Recently, someone took … Continued

Nokia Wants Your App Ideas

Last month at SXSW, Nokia launched Ideasproject, a website to gather ideas for mobile phone apps. Though the site welcomes ideas for any type of app, it also featured specific challenges for apps with altruistic purposes. The first Nokia challenge of this kind concluded a few weeks ago and amassed a collection of feasible ideas … Continued