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  • 00:57

    A Kind Voice on Employment, Opportunity and Innovation

    in Entrepreneur

    We will interview Tom Nassr about Kricket, which is a map-based, crowdsourcing  network that helps refugees find safety and resources.  The great thing about this platform is that it’s creating a space for lots of people to share their kind voices. 


    Joining our conversation will be Professor John Velez of Texas Tech University who has done extensive work in the gamification area.  We will ask Professor Velez for his thoughts on how gamification processes can be used to engage people in this worthy endeavor.


    This is an exciting grass roots effort to help those in need, find their way to a new home.  Please checkout the project’s Kickstarter campaign to find out how you can add your kind voice to the conversation.  To join our program please call (347) 850-8907.


    Hosted by David Levins

  • 00:55

    How to Win Grants by Documentary Grant Writer Joanna Rabiger

    in Film

    Joanna Rabiger shares Fundraising and Professional Writing for Documentary Films: proposals, crowdsourcing (Indiegogo, Kickstarter, etc).


     


    For information about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com.


     

  • 00:16

    Show #1: Crowdsourcing - Interview with Steve Pollack of Nestle UK & I

    in Business

    Special Guest: Steve Pollack, Head of Media Communications at Nestlé UK & I


    Join us for our first Social Media Leadership Forum radio show where we interview Steve Pollack, Head of Media Communications at Nestlé UK & I about their recent crowdsourced YouTube campaign with the Rollo brand.


    Host: Justin Hunt

  • 01:36

    Kicking off the New Year: A Closer look at Kickstarters, Crowdsourcing, and our

    in Video Games

    As we shuffle onward to the New Year, we look on with naïve, hopeful eyes as we see a fresh slate before us. Join the GCR team as we discuss our own 2014 gaming machinations, wishful thinkings, and other assorted musings of what the future may bring. 

    Since we are "Kicking," off the New Year, we also discuss the inner-workings of Kickstarter and how crowdsourcing has become not only a viable marketing and financing strategy for games of all shapes in sizes, but in some cases, a necessity to make it to the big time.

  • 02:00

    Computer America - Crowdsite; Passwork

    in Technology

    Computer America


    Hour one: Crowdsite.  Roel Masselink, CEO


    Crowdsite is the world's fastest crowdsourcing site.  At Crowdsite, you can find the best freelancer in just 140 characters!


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    Hour two: Passwork.  Iliya Garakh, Founder / CTO


    Passwork simplifies and streamlines work with passwords in a company. Employees will never lose passwords, they can securely store and share them. Company administrators manage and track passwords access.  Passwork is like Dropbox for passwords. Users create groups and invite other users. Groups have folders structured with stored passwords. Users can always see the relevant data in their groups.

  • 01:08

    #19 - Josh's Tuesday Afternoon Broken RibCast

    in Comedy

    Josh fires off another solo show today. We update you on the status of the Provoked crowdsourcing, and talk about fans on social media. Josh recaps the last few Darkest Hour shows, and shares why they’re something you can’t miss if you live in LA. Josh has been filming some things lately, and has suffered some injuries from being fat and doing his own stunts. Stay tuned for some cool short films coming out soon! Josh talks about gun control, mass shooting psychology, and how the Walking Dead might be more relevant that we realize. There’s a couple of shows this week in LA to check out, and check out Josh on this week’s Unpopular Opinion podcast!


  • 00:40

    TEI 034: 6 Processes for Generating Ideas for Radical Innovations

    in Business

    Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you episode 034 of...


    The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.


    The podcast is all about helping people involved in developing and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.


    Our Guest: Michal Herzenstein, who contributed to writing “Optimal Design for Radically New Products” in the PDMA Essentials book titled “Design and Design Thinking”. Michal is an associate professor of marketing at the University of Delaware and she earned her PhD in marketing from the University of Rochester.


     


    Highlights from the discussion include…


    Product innovation teams that wish to create radically new products can use six processes to help them. Large companies are better off implementing these 6 process in ascending order and focus on communicating the goal of achieving a breakthrough product to the innovating team. 



    Communicate the Challenge Goal Toward Radically New Products 
    Shift Time Frames to Future and Past
    Promote an Emerging Technology Focus Across the Consumption Chain
    Promote the Use of Analogical Thinking 
    Look for Novel Ways to Solve Simple Problems
    Leverage More Ideators Via Crowdsourcing

  • 01:23

    Canada's Digital Future with OpenMedia.ca and Anti-Harper music

    in Politics

    October 19, 2015. General election day in Canada. The list of offenses and overstepping authority from the Harper government is long and ever growing. A million issues and even more complaints. One of the more consistent complaints is the never ending assault on the digital rights of Canadians.


    OpenMedia.ca was established in 2008 and has led the fight to protect the rights of Canadian internet users. Over 250,000 of us contributed to the Our Digital Future policy. It is all encompassing and detailed. There is a vote pledge that signifies that Canadians are aware of the abuses in the digital realm by the Harper government and there are some questions that all candidates should be forced to answer before getting our votes.


    David Christopher from OpenMedia.ca joins us once more to describe the massive amount of work it took to develop the Our Digital Future policy and how Canadians can get involved. There are five principles to the Declaration of Internet Freedom. Expression. Access. Openness. Innovation. Privacy. Numerous pieces of dubious legislation like C-13, C-51, S-4 and S-8 have come down the line from this CPC crowd. Be informed and know how to counteract them and help prevent the loss of our Charter Rights and Freedoms.


    Visit the policy at https://ourdigitalfuture.ca

  • The View Up Here talks Canada's Digital Future with OpenMedia.ca

    in Politics

    October 19, 2015. General election day in Canada. Perhaps the last chance to prevent the irreversible changes to the country that Harper and his machine want to execute. The number of issues caused by CPC malfeasance to this point is never ending. They have had a decade to pervert this once respected nation into insignificance. Internationally and domestically.


    Since 2008, OpenMedia.ca has been a leading voice in keeping Canadians aware, informed and able to counteract the measures taken against digital rights. The Declaration of Internet Freedom has five fundamental principles. Expression. Access. Openness. Innovation. Privacy.


    Shaped by more than 250,000 people and launched last week, "Canada's Digital Future" is a crowd-sourced election platform packed with ideas from everyday citizens. This initiative of digital rights is urging people to consider Canada's digital future when casting their vote this election. While OpenMedia won’t be endorsing any political party, it does plan to meet the main parties and report back as to which are most committed to implementing its platform. Thousands of people have already pledged to vote for the future of the Internet in the upcoming election.


    “Whether it’s telecom price-gouging, reckless spying legislation, or abusive copyright notices, failed digital policies are hurting Canadians,” said OpenMedia’s communications manager David Christopher. “Young people in particular are speaking up for a better way forward, because Canada can’t afford to keep falling behind our international counterparts. That’s why this election will be the most important Canadian Internet users have ever faced.” David joins us to tell us about how your digital rights are under attack. And what OpenMedia.ca is doing on our behalf.


    Join us. Know your enemies.


     

  • 00:30

    TimetoPlay.com's Empower Half Hour: CROWDSOURCING

    in Self Help

    Crowdsourcing:  Join Andrew Ciccone as we discuss a topic that may be of interest to many, but maybe we just haven't had time to look into it!
      Andrew noted that crowdsourcing is a type of participative activity in which an individual, an institution, a non-profit organization, or company proposes to a group of individuals of varying knowledge, heterogeneity, and number, via a flexible open call, the voluntary undertaking of a task.  Find out more during the podcast!   Each week as one of the professionals on www.timetoplay.com join moderators Doreen and Michael to provide tips and information to help you make your life better!   Embrace the TimetoPlay.com philosophy:  You have to be happy, healthy, have money and a work life balance to have quality of life.  It's time to Enjoy YOUR Life!

  • 02:07

    The Pre Afropunk Festivities Show, This Wed @The Mid Week in Review-7;30pm

    in Politics Conservative

    Good Day/Evening, folks!  Welcome to the most current edition of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review, airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST.  Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they decrypt this (mid) week's latest Da Vinci coded topics;  our impressions of the box office impact (60.2m) of F. Gary Gray's Straight Outta Compton biopic; the passing of educator, politician, SNCC founder and Civil Rights icon, Julian Bond; addressing an issue that was left on the table from them last broadcast-The Root highlights the alleged folly of Black men dressing well in order to survive; fans get a brief glimpse of a stuntman (maybe?) dressed as the Black Panther during the filming of Marvel's Captain America: Civil War; a recent NY Times report asserts that Black people are being excluded from serving on juries at disproportionate rates in comparison to Whites; while geeks are going to crowdsourcing with the hopes of raising 2B pounds in order to bring a fictional Lord of The Rings city into the real world, a IFLS piece posits what Britain's urban centers may look like by 2065; a Dutch newspaper uses the "Nigga" expletive in their title while reviewing author, Ta-nehisi Coates' latest book. And lastly, as we will be attending the Afropunk festival this upcoming weekend, not only will be highlighting normal geekery but we may also thrown in the latest superfight (Cornel West vs. Larry Elder).   Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.