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The Sad Culture of Crowdsourced Creativity

I’ve been a devout follower of Scoutmob since their beginnings, and the news of co-founder Michael Tavani leaving caught my attention. He went on to release a statement announcing the launch of a group called “Beltline & Co,” an organization intended to bolster Atlanta’s startup commmunity and entrepreneurial creativity. This isn’t a new idea, but he has the reputation to make it seem like he’s the first person to do this. However, Atlanta desperately needs a strong incubator, and I was happily on board with the project, excited to hear what came next.

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A Study of Collaborative Public Art Projects

Since the conclusion of my collaborative mapping project, I’ve been pondering ways to develop it further. I think holding the initial piece in a gallery setting affected the results, for better or for worse, and I want to change the setting of the project to see how responses would change. I want to put the map outside.

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