Definition of crowdsourcing
noun - uncountable
- the use of visitors to a website to accomplish some task. For example: the management of information on Wikipedia through its millions of visitors.
Citation from "Crowdsourcing Social Networks to Inform Public Policy", Wired, Eliot Van Buskirk, November 18 2009 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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|Definitions include: one's pleasure.|
|Definitions include: involving everyone or everything.|
|Definitions include: See all-nighter.|
|Definitions include: See cage.|
|Definitions include: chum (i.e. friend.)|
|Definitions include: a fart.|
|Definitions include: to stare at a person in an aggressive way.|
|Definitions include: a dangerous place.|
|Definitions include: Someone who allegedly knows everything about a particular topic, but in reality knows nothing and "bull dust's" their way through discussions.|
|Definitions include: to yell at.|
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