Tired of not having input on rules for collaborating and sharing online? Want a chance to actually shape the Internet's future for yourself? If you answered yes, then you're not alone. Find out how you and other citizens are taking the Internet back at www.openmedia.org/crowdsource
Aw snap! Over 40,000 people have helped us to create crowdsourced recommendations for sharing and collaborating online. Don't miss your chance to get involved, go to https://OpenMedia.org/Crowdsource right now!
Today is the last day to share YOUR vision for sharing and collaborating online. It's also the last day to win one of our amazing prize packs. Don't delay, go to https://OpenMedia.org/CrowdSource right now, use the drag and drop tool, then share to win!
Cards Against Humanity, Raspberry Pi Linux mini computers, Reddit plush dolls, oh my! These are just a sample of the awesome prizes you could win just by sharing our crowdsourced drag-and-drop tool for reshaping sharing and collaborating online. Go to https://OpenMedia.org/CrowdSource right now and share widely. The top 5 sharers will automatically win!
Thousands of you have participated in our crowdsourcing project for sharing and collaborating in the 21st century - and we want to say a huge Thank You from all of us here at OpenMedia. If you've still to take part - don't miss out: go to https://OpenMedia.org/Crowdsource today, and let all your friends know you've helped shape our Digital Future by sharing this graphic.
Have you ever thought to yourself, "hey, I wish I could help shape our Digital Future"? Well today's your lucky day! Go to https://OpenMedia.org/Crowdsource and use our drag and drop tool to share your vision for how we should share and collaborate in the 21st century.
Thank you to Robert Douglass for making his voice heard through our crowdsourcing vision tool. Learn more about his efforts to ensure blind musicians don't give up on their dreams because of copyright restrictions: http://www.opengoldbergvariations.org/ If you haven't had a chance to share your views, have your say at https://OpenMedia.org/Crowdsource. And, as always, we'd love if you could spread the word.