Thursday, March 5, 2009

Google Crowd-sources Development Of Money-saving Best-practices Guide

From Google's corporate blog:
At Google, we put a lot of stock in both the wisdom of crowds — the idea that lots of people responding to a given question can collectively find the best answer — and the value of community. We believe that people working together can help one another through even the most difficult times.

As we all navigate today's choppy economic waters, we'd like to put these beliefs into practice. That's why we created Tip Jar (, an experiment powered by Google Moderator that we hope will help you discover the most effective ways to save money.

Continue reading.

This is a powerful tool that was obviously not available to those suffering from the Great Depression. Hopefully it turns out to be really useful.

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