But take it down a notch. Can you come up with a product or service you offer that could be made better by asking lots of people you don’t know? Could you take the comments and criticisms? What if you discovered that once a group helped design it they would all have to have it?
Maybe crowdsourcing is really the online version of the Pygmalian effect.
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