Five years later, “crowdsourcing” is an overused buzzword and websites are swarming with free content. To restrain the masses, many of them are applying filters: it’s the rise of curated crowdsourcing.
Released in theatres in July, the YouTube-National Geographic documentary Life in a Day is curated crowdsourcing on a grand scale: about 1,000 clips were chosen from 80,000 submissions from 192 countries to chronicle one day on Earth.
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