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PRE- Review

Our project is drawing to an end, and look back upon the themes we learned

  • Me, we, network
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Crowd Funding
  • Marketing

 

and our NGO Solidaridad’s need,I think Crowd Funding might be the most important part. Actually I used to think about crowdsourcing, and obviously, them two have much in common, however, consider about the following reasons, I still picked crowd funding.

  • Capital is a necessary condition of enterprises manufacturing and management activities.

 

I heard about some persons in China worked for a NGO in Singapore helping cancer patients. Their main job is to raising fund by collecting data and seeking financial backing from big companies and organizations. They said it’s a little bit boring but they had no choice, because fund is so important. And a person worked in Bank come to visit (or examine?) the NGO, the question always is where your capital coming from?

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We asked Maarten, and we knew Solidaridad do not has much capital for investing. So I think crowd funding might solve the problem, or at least reduce the difficulty of raising fund.

  • Solidaridad has lots of project all around the world. They train the producers and try to find a sustainable way to produce. However to be honest, in developing countries, find a sustainable way and assure to able to the benefits is harder than that in developed countries. Solidaridad might need more money to achieve the transformation. Crowd Funding are more suitable in these areas.

 

Why not others? Like crowdsourcing?

I do thought about crowdsourcing as the most important part in the process. Yes, it brings more ideas but less cost. However, consider about that Solidaridad already has their expertise groups, and durpal comments would offer an intranet platform to help them work closer and easier, I think they need more capital than human resource. Of course, crowdsourcing also could be an important part.

Before the end of the project, I do happy to participate in and I hope our video can bring more ideas to members of Solidaridad, and draw more attention from publics on Solidaridad.

                                       

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This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: JoyJoking

Oh my God!!! We are almost done!  I believe that each week’s theme was assistance to us to…

Oh my God!!! We are almost done! 

I believe that each week’s theme was assistance to us to reach our goal. The main topics, which we were focusing on this work were:

     Me-We-Network, Crowdsourcing, Crowdfunding, Marketing

 Our task was to introduse a platform to Solidaridad our NGO. We ve been working on different subjects, exploring new webs. And now we understand how NGOs actually works and what are their needs. So, we recommend to Solidatidad a personal profile on new platform of internal communications because they can exchange their documents by using Dropbox, also they have a personal inbox you could send emails everytime, everybody will have their own profile with own blog, which they can change. Moreover, Solidaridad should use a group space based on this platform, because it could help team memmbers to organize their work or faster communicating with each other.

Also crowdfunding is a very usefull for Solidaridad. As I wrote in a privious post, there are 4 types of crowfunding: Equity (people gives money, so in reward they becom a part of company), Donation (charities),Lending (crowdfunded lending facilitates projects, individuals or businesses to seek loans from the crowd, with members of the crowd taking small chunks of the overall loan) and Reward (contribute to projects and receive non-financial rewards). So, I think, that 2 types, which Solidaridad can use are Donation and Lending. In Equity and Reward Solidaridad nor interested because they cant give anything back.

We are almost finished

We need to work really hard now

xoxo

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This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Antonina Khariton Design Project

The end is near

Time goes by so fast, this weeks, I didn’t even noticed that we’re getting closer to the end, thus to our goal. I really liked the picture of the creative process Anne used in her blogpost, because this is exactly how it is. This picture below gave me the final reality check, but so far, i can’t answer the question. 

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Credits: http://thephoenix.com/Boston/

The things we learned in the past weeks, helped me understand how communities and companies work and how much afford you have to put in your work. And it helped me understand what is needed for our NGO Solidaridad. So what can be relevant to our NGO and how could they make use of it. To get to this conclusion, first I’ll summarize the main impacts of the previous weeks.

Working in a team means collaborate, support and create ideas, you couldn’t think of by yourself. We learned how to get the best out of a team, by diversify different group sizes and divide tasks. Distribute various group roles like a teamleader, a timekeeper and so on, can be very helpful, since this creates a structure and we all know that it is way easier to work with a structured system instead of just gambling and tossing around. Especially in groups with so many different nationalities and cultures. But as you can see it is all about collaboration. As in crowdsourcing and crowdfunding. It is a way to involve a broader community to your work. Crowdsourcing for example gives people the chance to participate in a design process, by  giving feedback, share ideas and contribute. Crowdfunding is a opportunity for designers, companies or normal human beings, to gain financial support for a upcoming project. But the nice thing about it is, that the supporters are also normal human beings, who likes your ideas and trust in your projects. 

The important thing about a problem is not its solution, but the strength we gain in finding the solution

Still, collaboration doesn’t mean to completely forget about each individual part of a team, to get to the actual reason for this blogpost. 

Our challenge is, to introduce Drupal Commons to Solidaridad. Which basically means, to help Maarten (our NGO), persuade the members of the nine Regional Expertise Centres to use Drupal Commons. I think the theme Me-We-Network will be of the most use towards our goal of solving our NGO’s unmet needs. What they need is an intra- en extranet for wider knowledge exchange, for sharing news and documents.  So far, they communicate only via e-mail or skype. Since they don’t want to spend too much time or money on new technologies, a simple and easy to use Network would be a great impact. With Drupal Commons they could have full control of their own platform. They don’t have this possibility with Facebook, which they only use for Marketing and to keep their supporters up-to-date (which was also our main topic this week). In our group, we worked out a good opportunity to also set value on the Me-part, by creating personal profiles for each member, with profile settings. Containing basic information like age, name, picture, but also country and timezone, to be able to arrange meetings. And in addition it is a way to inform other members about the projects you’re working on at the moment and sharing your trajectory. Hopefully our recommendations will be helpful to Maarten and we will reach our goal with a happy smile and turning the end into a good thing !

Solidaridad Network Facebook Page

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This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Aureole

FeedBACKING up

In these weeks we were pointed at some pretty cool and helpful subjects such as crowdsourcing and funding but this week’s subject, marketing and customer support is a game changer, at least for my group in my opinion.

Our challenge being how to introduce a platform to Solidaridad our NGO which is an international organization filled with workers all over the globe and who work in different areas and with different products that at this moment work in separate platforms or communities, talking and sharing data in no official way or place, is really hard, people are used to this way of working, what they don’t know is that it would be much easier to work with everyone in only one ideal place for the whole organization, and that is our job, to help convince them that it in deed is the best way to work.

And that is where the customer support subject from this week kicks in, if we manage to give the right suggestions(hopefully we will) and it ends up working, the customer support is a way for the employees and employers to give their own feedback on how the new intranet is going, if it needs any kind of change or if it really is what they needed, it’s our job to make the right suggestions but the NGO is the one who is making the decisions and last but not least, they are the ones who decide the budget.

Don’t get me wrong all the other subjects from the past weeks are really important as well but this one is what will help us the most. the first reason as I said with the use of customer support the workers will have a say in what the NGO is doing in terms of the new intranet, after all it is for THEM, every comment or suggestion will be of use and will help them improve and solve what’s wrong.

The second reason is for the users, when they have trouble understanding how it works, if at some point during the use or if something is going to be added, any kind of new feature, someone is always going to have some problems with it and the NGO probably is not going to give tutorial on how to use everything, specially not when little things are added, so the customer support will be of great help for the ones without the gift of “fast web understanding” that most young people have.

And the third reason why this week’s subject is superior to the others in terms of helping our group’s project isn’t as much for the NGO as it is for us, Solidaridad surely has their marketing experts to help them, but we don’t, the marketing part of this week is helping us sell our own suggestions in a better way or maybe in a clearer way, a way that they will see our point and understand more easily WHY they really do need to use the new intranet, from the information we’re passing on to them, which involves all the other weekly subjects. Marketing is what makes every idea sound cooler.

The marketing and customer support part seems to be more important for me then for other people in other groups or maybe even in my group, it’s a bummer because I really think it would help but as Luca and Siras from group 6 said they are having the same problem as my group, not receiving as much information from NGO about the intranet as we were promised so without that it’s kind of hard to think about customer support, because we don’t know what is the stage the intranet is on, if it’s ready or if it’s going in the right direction for them. So as Maarten said in one of our classes…”sometimes you have to KILL YOUR DARLINGS”

Almost there guys, see ya next week

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This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: NoBeardMarcelo

we had storming, forming… just need performing

Hello World..

So our challenge is to show SOLIDARIDAD the perfect intranet and what features their intranet should have to work perfect together. The general topics that we were focussing the last few weeks are:

  • Me-We-Network
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Crowdfunding
  • Marketing

In my opinion there is no most useful theme that solves the unmet need of SOLIDARIDAD. All of them are equal important. And only together they are strong.

In our group we divided the task. Two people are summarizing each topic.

Our (Antonina and me) part was Crowdfunding. So I would like to tell you more about Crowdfunding and how it benefits SOLIDARIDAD. There are four different ways of crowdfunding:

  • Equity crowdfunding = Someone give’s money and in reward he/she is part of the company
  • Donation crowdfunding = for charities (raising money for social projects) Most charities do that through their own web-site. We couldn’t find a donation button on solidaridad page.
  • Lending crowdfunding = Crowdfunded lending facilitates projects, individuals or businesses to seek loans from the crowd, with members of the crowd taking small chunks of the overall loan.
  • Reward crowdfunding = contribute to projects and receive non-financial rewards (like record, movie, game, product) -> for SOLIDARIDAD not that interesting: what could they give as reward? (maybe: The name of a backer on something they build)

So thinking about which crowdfunding type would be helpful to SOLIDARIDAD, I think most of them are helpful in certain tasks.

I am not sure about equity crowdfunding. That means that people that give money to SOLIDARIDAD be a part of the “company” of SOLIDARIDAD. I do not know if that is possible and what legal reasons that may have.

It doesn’t matter which crowdfunding type you look at the supporter should get something from SOLIDARIDAD as reward to their supporter. It could be a t-shirt, supporters name on a building/vehicle/web-site…, follow as a visitor a typicall day of a Solidaridad worker……

I also really like the idea of crowdsourcing.

SOLIDARIDAD started a campaign on sugar cane…

"During the campaign Solidaridad will ask our campaign question to as many relevant players in the world of sugarcane as possible; How can you change the world with sugarcane? All change starts with awareness. Solidaridad will target companies with a positive tone of voice and will work towards a better world together with those companies." 

That sounds to me like a crowdsourcing task. But as far as I saw SOLIDARIDAD doesn’t use it in crowdsourcing. They ask the question “How can you change the world with sugarcane?” to important people and companies…. but do not have a real crowdfunding campaign. My suggestion for SOLIDARIDAD using Crowdfunding in getting information about certain products (coffee, tee, sugar, ..) and farmers that would like to work with them and also company that buy from certain farmers.. These information should be mapped on a map: Crowdmap

I do agree with Group7 post about a more recognizable visual for solidaridad. Something that shows their vision and an aim that they are working for.

And there are many other good things you can explore them in the picture or wait until our final-video is done….

CU miriam

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week 7#

We almost done our project communities lesson, we are in week 7, and week 8 is the deadline of our works, media presentation. Actually at the beginning of Project Community I was a little bit confused. I have no idea about this class; just introduce Drupal to our NGO? But during the 7weeks, I understand it is not such easy thing, we explored the four segments, what could Drupal support and what our NGO most needed, the end work and the most important work for our group is – put our experience of teamwork, our knowledge of four hands, our technology and design skills into this project, give our NGO the most suitable suggestions as a video.

 

Last week we were meeting on Wednesday, we thought we are going right and pretty ok, we could finish everything before the deadline, but we fund we still have a lot work to do after our tutor’s advice, it was not feeling good of every group member, I remember the meeting start at 3.45 end at 7.45, we made a completed storyboard and divided different tasks to everyone, we made a timeline that could make sure we could finished every work before the deadline. After the meeting, even though we know we got a lot of work to do, but we are in a right way, we could have a well done in the end, we are confidence.

 

So what the best way to meet our NGO’s need is? After we exploring crowdsourcing, teams, and crowdfunding, marketing, I think I got the result, merge those four parts because every part have it unique advantage.

Our NGO needs to have a platform to connect “me, we, network”, to exchange document and knowledge, Solidaridad has 10 regional expertise centers around the globe working together, the intranet platform of internal communications & community are very needed – Drupal commons.

-They can share their documents and learning in this platform, there is a function like Dropbox, -you can download the useful document that uploaded form other member.

-There have an inbox function, you could send message in everywhere and every time.

-They could organize online meeting like Google hangout, it really saving time.

-It has an event timetable that you can check in order to meet the time.

-Everyone has their personal zone, it include personal detail and your personal blog.

Until now, Drupal looks like an internal platform, what we want to do is to improve the level to marketing strategy. We have learned about Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding, how could those thing help Solidaridad’s marketing strategy, a way for the client to gain access to potential users.

People’s power is stingless, why don’t Solidaridad use the power form internet, collect the marketing strategy from crowdsourcing platform? This way is better than just collect the opinion form employee, it is low-cost, and fast, it also builds the relationship with their customers.

In the other hand, Solidaridad could put their marketing strategy in crowdfunding platform, Solidaridad could not only collecting funding but also get more fans of their organization, the contributor would pay more attention to their project, and come up with more idea to the development.

I believe we will have a good ending, not just a belief, we need hardworking now.

CU tomorrow

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WEEK 7 #

We almost done our project communities lessen, we are in week 7, and week 8 is the deadline of our works, media presentation. Actually at the beginning of Project Community I was a little bit confused. I have no idea about this class; just introduce Drupal to our NGO? But during the 7weeks, I understand it is not such easy thing, we explored the four segments, what could Drupal support and what our NGO most needed, the end work and the most important work for our group is – put our experience of teamwork, our knowledge of four hands, our technology and design skills into this project, give our NGO the most suitable suggestions as a video.

 

Last week we were meeting on Wednesday, we thought we are going right and pretty ok, we could finish everything before the deadline, but we fund we still have a lot work to do after our tutor’s advice, it was not feeling good of every group member, I remember the meeting start at 3.45 end at 7.45, we made a completed storyboard and divided different tasks to everyone, we made a timeline that could make sure we could finished every work before the deadline. After the meeting, even though we know we got a lot of work to do, but we are in a right way, we could have a well done in the end, we are confident.

 

So what the best way to meet our NGO’s need is? After we exploring crowdsourcing, teams, and crowdfunding, marketing, I think I got the result, merge those four parts because every part have it unique advantage.

Our NGO needs to have a platform to connect “me, we, network”, to exchange document and knowledge, Solidaridad has 10 regional expertise centers around the globe working together, the intranet platform of internal communications & community are very needed – Drupal commons.

-They can share their documents and learning in this platform, there is a function like Dropbox, -you can download the useful document that uploaded form other member.

-There have an inbox function, you could send message in everywhere and every time.

-They could organize online meeting like Google hangout, it really saving time.

-It has an event timetable that you can check in order to meet the time.

-Everyone has their personal zone, it include personal detail and your personal blog.

Until now, Drupal looks like an internal platform, what we want to do is to improve the level to marketing strategy. We have learned about Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding, how could those thing help Solidaridad’s marketing strategy, a way for the client to gain access to potential users.

People’s power is stingless, why don’t Solidaridad use the power form internet, collect the marketing strategy from crowdsourcing platform? This way is better than just collect the opinion form employee, it is low-cost, and fast, it also builds the relationship with their customers.

In the other hand, Solidaridad could put their marketing strategy in crowdfunding platform, Solidaridad could not only collecting funding but also get more fans of their organization, the contributor would pay more attention to their project, and come up with more idea to the development.

I believe we will have a good ending, not just a belief, we need hardworking now.

CU tomorrow

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Almost at the end

We’re almost at the end of this project. Still lots to do and the stress is getting bigger and bigger. I feel a designer already!

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Well, this image is not quite good, because I don’t think "Fuck off" in that period, there should be written "Relax! You have the time!" or something… I’m not in real panic yet, but I think it will come to me soon.

Now we have discussed all the different themes, I have the idea that solving the “Me, We, Networks”-continuum for our NGO is the best way to help them in this project. You can fill in this continuum for them and recommend at each point what kind of tools will improve the work for each part to be done. Like the “Me”-part is about the individual, or for our NGO’s sake: the individual member of Solidaridad. And so, in the name of the main problem of Solidaridad in our project, we can recommend Solidaridad a personal profile on their new platform.

  • In this way they can organize their own stuff at the platform
  • They can have a personal inbox so they can exclude e-mail so that everything is together at one platform
  • They can contribute to an open blog for wider knowledge exchange between Solidaridad members. (That open blog is an advice which can be filled in at the “Network”-part)
  • And they can edit their profile settings to make the profile more personal, for example in which time-zone they live, so other members can see if it is the time to contact this person.

And then when you discuss the “Me”-part you can think of groups or teams of expertise or even a group of ambassadors which have to meet online or offline. These groups can be seen as small communities. In this part we can recommend Solidaridad to have group spaces on the platform, because it will be better for the team work to work in smaller groups.

  • This will provide the teams to organize their work better and for better communication because they may be far a part from each other
  • It will have a document archive for document change and the easyness to look up certain documents again, with handy search tool within.
  • Then you can recommend the platform to have an agenda with a function to invite members to a specific event (like an online meeting, with the video-call tool on the platform, which is recommended too because they’re so far a part and meeting in person isn’t that easy to plan)

And when you thinking of the “Network” you can think of the whole Solidaridad as a network. All the members don’t know other colleagues who are living a cross the world. And Solidaridad wants to create some knowledge exchange between all these members. So an open blog is in this case highly recommended, for example.

  • This will provide a wider knowledge exchange about found solutions and new ideas which each member can bring in with their personal profile.
  • With nice hashtags which can be included into the blogs the search for certain projects and ideas, problems and solutions around them can easily be found
  • And people can react at these blogs, for improving the ideas with each other and to get great feedback.

And these 3 parts of the continuum are working together! They are all connected. The “Me”-person is also a part of the “We” and they are also a part of the whole “Network”.
And the knowledge exchange at the “Network”-part can be used in the “We”- and the “Me”-part. And so can the ideas of 1 person of the “Me”-part can contribute to the “we” and the “network” part.

AND SO ON! YOU CAN THINK OF A LOT MORE IN THIS CONTINUUM!

And what is so lovely about this continuum, you can fill it in in any kind of way. Like, in your own team, or in the whole world, or in a community.

 

So, back to the first piece of text and to go back to the top image: I think every team will get in that ‘panic zone’ very soon or already feeling it. My advice to all is to plan your work to be done very well and keep your heads cool! Then you can get the best results! I am very curious what other groups have made from these projects!

Love,

Anne

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Crowd sourcing & funding

Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing looks like two similar words, they both spell start with “Crowd”, so in some extent there are same, it a platform for demander and contributor to fulfill their requirement or get their bones. The different between these two things is the demander’s need, what requirement of the demander of crowdfunding is? It’s funding. And the demander of crowdsourcing need ideas and design product.

 

This week we learned about Crowdfunding, in my view it is a good way for a small company beginning to develop, because lack of funding are usually the hardest problem for development. In this platform, the company could not only collecting funding but also get more fans of their product, the contributor would pay more attention to their project, and come up with more idea to the company’s development. However, the problem I think about is if they did not reached their funding goal, during my research, every platform site has the charge fee, for example, Indiegogo’s charge fee is 4% but if the project are not success, they will charge more than 9%, time is limited, so that is a risk.

 

In my own crowdsourcing experience, Chinese crowdsourcing are very good choice for the project presenter, even if the bonus are not very attractive, there are still many contributor work for you, why, because there are so many Chinese designer looking for this kind of work, and the presenter could really get verity and fantastic works, it always have a suitable one for you. In another hand, I thought it is a waste of labor, because there are so many contributor but just one could get the bonus, for me is ok because I only use my free time to do it, just test myself, if I can’t get the bonus I won’t be sad, I really like the experience. It free for every contributor, you can choose do it or not, and you have to accept the ending.

 

We all know we will introduce crowdfunding and crowdsourcing to our NGO in the end video, and everyone had their insight of it already, I believe our NOG will very interesting in it, they said they won’t spend too much of the Drupal thing, but crowdfunding is about collecting funding, crowdsourcing is about collecting ideas and product, both low-cost and low-risks.

See you tomorrow!

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Crowd or Alone

Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding have an obvious common word: crowd. One gets ideas or services from publics, the other one collect money from the whole society. Both of them are aimed to maximize the use of crowds and gain the benefits for organizers efficiently.

I explored some famous crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Gambicious etc. These crowdfunding platforms got a great success in business investments, especially in creative and games sectors. The flexible conditions offer comfortable basement for the entrepreneurs to achieve their goal. For our NGO with relatively small budget, it is a good choice to do investments. The whole system is flexible and clear, and it’s not that hard to get bonus.

And I also explored a Chinese platform named AngelCrunch which is aimed to seek the angel investors (an affluent individual who provides capital for a business start-up) for the entrepreneurs. Unfortunately, in China, crowdfunding is not as popular as it in America and Europe, and sometimes it even could be seen as illegal fund-raising. However the advantage is so appealing to both entrepreneurs and business angels that the related departments are setting strict censorship to make sure everything goes along the right side.  

It is really hard to say NO to Crowdfunding. No matter individual people or firms would be very welcome to this new way of fund-raising. And also crowdsourcing provide unlimited ideas or services to support people or organizations solving their problems. As our NGO having a large group of members all around the world, crowdsourcing might help them to fix up problems much more efficiently. However, as a designer, “going it alone” and not seeking for help is popular. Actually I can understand, I even agree with this behavior although crowdsourcing has so much appealing advantages. My favorite character in Jin Yong’s (Famous writer in Asia) Kongfu novel is a smart girl. She created the swordsmanship compromising merits of various masters. By using this mixed fencing, she defeated lots of enemies, and got awesome title from her enemies. Seems she could be the greatest one in the novel, unfortunately, she even couldn’t be regarded as the top-ranking heroine. Because the spirit of the fencing is non- unity- based and that leaves cracks to enemies. Therefore, the first place always belongs to the person with trump card, or, rather I might say, people with their own apperceptions on fencing. Likewise, designers are kind of swordsmen, and design is our fencing. Collecting, gathering is not enough, cause creating needs more apperception, observation ability, etc. which should be improved by ourselves. Crowdsourcing might help us to work maturely, to achieve our projects’ goal sooner, but we couldn’t rely on this way to design. 

Design is not pure technology or art, it has them both, kind of half science half art. Crowdsourcing may keep our mind be opened, and offer as much information as we want. Also undeniable, crowdsourcing is a very good way to collect materials. These materials might help us to analyze, to get inspiration, but sometimes, these also could confuse designers.  We do need the ability of independent thinking and the personal apperception. Unique is designer’s life. That’s why I think crowdsourcing is so wonderful but couldn’t lead us to the top. It makes you good, but not great. Learning from others is important, however, finally you have to create by your own, but not scrap something together.

About Crowdsourcing, designers who participate in as a member of provider might have different opinions. Actually myself used to be the member for couple of times.  For the bid itself, it’s equal and high effective. For party B, the designers, the payment could be a problem. On one hand, you can fine more opportunities to get payment., on the other, the payment is always lower than that you should get. For party A, they might be beset by the work quality.

Generally, crowdsourcing is really good for projects. Groups and organizations might get their goals with less time and less money. But for the individual designers, this might be an auxiliary tool, not the final way to use. It’s not about arrogance, but the belief.  Stay hungry, stay foolish, and always be unique. How to bring your unique characters to commercial side? Or how to keep your personality stay unique while the commercial issue come into your side? It’s a problem. We all love benefits, we also love our precious ideas. Crowdsourcing and crowdfunding brings a new combination of party A and Party B. It made sense, but still not good enough. However, sharing is irresistible stream, how to find a balance between sharing with crowds and keeping personal apperception is still a challenge to me.

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