Occupy Wall Street Turns to Crowdsourcing for Support
by Erin Connelly, Daily Crowdsource, October 2011
As the Occupy Wall Street movement continues to gain momentum, two crowdsourcing organizations have joined the initiative and are using their expertise to spread the message to ensure it cannot be ignored. Kickstarter, a crowdfunding site, has provided financial backing through pledges from the public to publish The Occupied Wall Street Journal. EpicStep, a company that creates billboards raising social awareness, bases its billboard decisions on voting by the public. They have promised to donate a billboard to Occupy Wall Street if enough people vote for it. …
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