The Digital Labor Landscape

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The Digital Labor Landscape by Mind Map: The Digital Labor Landscape

1. Online personal assistant

2. Resizing images

3. Fix my street

3.1. Kickstarter

4. food/nutrition reviews and advice

5. Foursquare

6. Internet of Things

6.1. geospatial ads

6.2. RFID

7. Eric von Hippel

8. CNN iReport

9. Creating meta data

9.1. Flickr.com

10. Be extraordinary

11. About/Answers.com

12. Consuming advertisement

13. Affective

13.1. My______

13.2. College ACB

13.3. Youtube (with ads on videos)

13.3.1. "liking" something (widget installed everywhere)

13.4. Facebook

14. Waged

14.1. online tutoring

14.2. online universities

14.3. selling term papers

14.4. uploading books & pdfs

14.5. Online shopping employees

14.6. Tech support

14.7. fiverr

14.7.1. whatever people are willing to do for $5

14.8. Cyber public relations

14.9. Twitter represantitives

14.10. life sourcing

14.10.1. agent anything

14.11. Crowdspring

14.12. Crowdflower

14.13. phone sex outsourced

14.14. rentafriend.com (fraternal valorization)

14.15. Viral marketing by super-users

14.16. outsourced video surveillance

14.17. multi-task

14.18. MTURK

14.18.1. Soylent http://projects.csail.mit.edu/soylent/

14.19. Live chat customer service

15. Public-spirited

15.1. Freerice.com

15.2. Wikipedia

15.3. Flickr Commons

15.4. [email protected]

16. No collar

16.1. dot com work place

17. Data provision

17.1. Monster.com

17.2. Tumblr

17.3. Stumble upon

17.4. Twitter

17.4.1. Twitter (promoted trending topics)

17.5. Youtube

17.6. Facebook ad polls

17.6.1. Blogging

17.6.1.1. Lookbook.nu

17.7. transactional profit

17.7.1. Ebay

17.7.2. Etsy

17.8. match.com

17.8.1. playful acts of reciprocity such as flirting

17.9. filling in profiles

17.9.1. OkCupid dating data

17.10. Referring

17.10.1. Referral

17.10.2. Delicious

17.10.3. Diigo

17.11. Health

17.11.1. 23andme.com

17.11.2. Patientslikeme.com

17.11.3. WebMD

18. Unwaged

18.1. Answer

18.1.1. E-How

18.1.2. KGB answers

18.1.3. Yahoo Answers

18.1.4. Cha Cha Inquiries

18.1.5. How-to

18.1.5.1. About.com

18.1.5.2. eHow

18.1.5.3. Instructibles.com

18.1.5.4. howtocleanstuff.com

18.2. co-designing custom clothes

18.2.1. Threadless

18.2.2. http://neighborhoodies.com/

18.3. Reviews

18.3.1. yelp.com

18.3.2. Amazon.com

18.3.3. urbanspoon.com

18.3.4. product-culture reviews

18.3.5. clothing reviews

18.4. Surveys

18.4.1. Broken Promises of Anonymization

18.4.2. spam surveys

18.4.3. becoming medical research subject

19. Gameified

19.1. Google Image Labeler

19.1.1. differentiating/identifying photos on Google

19.2. Gold Farming

19.3. World of Warcraft

19.4. Second Life

19.5. creating virtual objects

19.6. spending time in games like Farmville

19.7. Cruel 2 B Kind

19.8. Tombstone Hold 'Em

20. Geo-spatial

20.1. Facebook Places

20.2. Gowalla

21. Emotional labor

21.1. performing Identity

22. Co-innovation

22.1. bicycles, mountain bikes, skate boards, cars

23. Mobile

23.1. Txteagle