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Promoting DC
« on: February 19, 2007, 09:55 AM »
Hi all,
IIRC, mouser recently mentioned promoting DC (which should really be done by every member, IMO, this model of running a business is pretty cool).

So how about these ideas:

1. First see http://en.wikipedia....g/wiki/Crowdsourcing

Don't you think that the "Types of crowdsourced work" section at http://en.wikipedia....of_crowdsourced_work desperately needs a mention of DonationCoder, MicroCredits and Coding Snacks.

2. Also, nice threads and pages could be marked at digg / del.icio.us/furl/etc. The more the merrier :-)
If you're not in the know of tagging, see http://en.wikipedia....g/wiki/Tag_(metadata) and http://en.wikipedia....i/Social_bookmarking

My two cents,
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