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crowdsource

To generate or acquire something, such as information, content, or an answer to a question, by soliciting it from a large network of people, often via social media. The phrase is a combination of the words "crowd" and "outsource," meaning to transfer or delegate a task to someone else. You can find the answer to just about any technical question by crowdsourcing it online. We crowdsourced our logo—an artist from Chicago submitted the design we liked the best.

crowdsourcing

The act of generating or acquiring something, such as information, content, or an answer to a question, by soliciting it from a large network of people, often via social media. The phrase is a combination of the words "crowd" and "outsource," meaning to transfer or delegate a task to someone else. You can find the answer to just about any technical question through online crowdsourcing. We got our logo via crowdsourcing. An artist from Chicago submitted the design we liked the best.
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Target the industry or professional publications your referral sources read, such as legal journals, and be prepared to commit to an advertising strategy for a lengthy period of time before you can expect to see results.
We now know that spatial variability in DNAPL mass distribution within a source region is almost inevitable, and, consequently, that mass detection is extremely difficult and uncertain [e.g., Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC) 2003].
Global Sources produces six other 'Asian Sources' monthly magazines including 'Computer Products,' 'Electronics,' 'Gifts & Home Products,' 'Telecom Products,' 'Electronic Components' and 'Hardwares.' The company also delivers content through a network of nine vertical marketplaces and 13 geographic web sites, CDs, private catalogs, China Sourcing Fairs and technical events.
If we are able to shift the peak of the cold neutron flux down to the [approximately equal to]1 meV range, then the development of ultra-cold neutron sources based on solid oxygen or superfluid [.sup.4]He could be optimized.
Also becoming increasingly used in the global market are methods based on the D65 light source.
Under the Bush administration, newsletter, trade, and even mainstream reporters are having a pretty difficult time both in protecting their sources and in getting information out of the government.
Polyolefin resin producers appear to be cautiously supporting this new service, although most sources were reluctant to be quoted directly.
They believe that the owners' political preferences determine the stories that are covered as well as the choice of sources of information.
If a taxpayer derives Schedule C sole proprietorship or passthrough entity business income from both instate and out-of-state sources, the portion taxable in a particular state is generally derived by multiplying the state's apportionment factors--usually sales, property and/or payroll--by the taxpayer's share of business income.
Potential sources of cross-contamination, surfaces and wiping cloths, were not properly sanitized.
Back then, the Republican tilt in sourcing was also pronounced: "A majority of Republican sources when the GOP controls the White House and Congress may not be surprising, but Republicans held a similar though slightly smaller edge (57 percent to 42 percent) in 1993, when Clinton was president and Democrats controlled both houses of Congress."
This situation is exacerbated by the enormous size of the surviving music: around 180 printed and manuscript sources survive from seventeenth-century Italy alone, amounting to thousands of pieces that are preserved largely in tablature, an immensely practical type of notation but one that continues to obscure the repertory from most non-players--the irony being that tablature was originally intended, and still is, to render guitar music more accessible.
Even for library and information scientists, however, accuracy is the sine qua non of quality information sources. For example, consider some of the other traditional criteria for evaluating the quality of information.
By PETER MWAURAFollowing up on my piece last Friday, What you need to know about the secrets of unnamed sources, Clement Amolo asks: "Who really told Nation reporters that President Uhuru Kenyatta would reshuffle his Cabinet and bring in new faces before Christmas?"And he can ask that question with a good reason: No Cabinet has been reshuffled.Although he did not say so, Mr Amolo was referring to the story published on December 4, 2017, Jubilee works to push Cabinet list as Nasa vows to stay away, by Samwel Owino and Ibrahim Oruko.