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In Jeff Howe keynotes, he explores topics surrounding crowdsourcing. He is well-equipped to do so considering that he is the one who coined the term in a 2006 Wired magazine article titled "The Rise of Crowdsourcing."
Beyond his work for Wired, Howe has written for other notable publications including Time Magazine, The Washington Post and the U.S. News & World Report.
He has also been a senior editor at Inside.com as well as a writer to the Village Voice. Howe is currently a Professor of Journalism at Northeastern University
Crowdsourcing has become a hot topic in recent years, though few have been covering it as long as Howe. In his keynotes, Jeff Howe demonstrates a deep knowledge of his subject.
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Jeff Howe Discusses the Organic Emergence of the Crowdsourcing Phenomenon
In this speech, contributing editor at Wired Magazine Jeff Howe shares his expertise on the phenomenon of crowdsourcing. Having coined the term in June of 2006, he emphasizes its existence before the word… Read More