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If this isn’t irony, then I need a new dictionary: someone gets bad reviews on Google Places, and then decides to give Google HQ in NYC a bad review. So in order to try to correct something malicious, this business owner does something completely misguided.
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I’m going to lead off by saying that I could have named this blog post many different things, and they all would have been accurate. One title that I threw around was “Crowdsourcing 2.0 – Translating Reward Systems to Web 2.0.” Another was “Quora vs. Turntable.fm: A Tale of Two Reward Systems.” But alas, I […]