#TAM2012 Skeptic Crowdsourcing Workshop links

The Amazing Meeting 2012 is underway as I type this. Yesterday I led a workshop called The Future of Skepticism Online: Crowd-sourced Activism. I talked about many of the topics you’ve seen here on this blog, such as Web of Trust, Wikipedia and so on.

Slides and video from that workshop will be posted sometime soon, but for folks who were attending, here are all the links that were mentioned during the workshop.

Introduction

Complaining & Rating

Location Services

  • Foursquare is a smartphone “game” of locations
  • Yelp is a review/recommendation site
  • Citysearch is another review/recommendation site
  • Google+ Places is yet another review/recommendation site

Curation, Q&A

Captioning, Transcription & Translation

Wikipedia

RBUTR

  • RBUTR is available for the Chrome browser

Contact the speakers

About Tim Farley
Focused on online misinformation, Tim Farley is a software engineer, computer security expert and scientific skeptic who created the site What's The Harm. He is a Past Fellow of the James Randi Educational Foundation.

5 Responses to #TAM2012 Skeptic Crowdsourcing Workshop links

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  2. David Tyler says:

    Thank you for loading these links. It was good to hear your talk and say hello at TAM. I’ll try to be doing a bit more.

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