You've landed in the archive of the Cambrian House community. We've kept some pages here for posterity but the community is no longer active. Now we market the technology that made our early crowdsourcing a success.
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The Cambrian House Crew
The very premise of the site causes it to attract a community made up of smart creative people with very few trolls. The signal-to-noise ratio is extremely high on this site, and that's no small feat on the internet todayMicco
Cambrian House began as a crowdsourcing community using a wisdom of crowds based approach to discover new business and technology ideas. These pages are being kept online as a technology demo to showcase Chaordix™.
Looking to harness the power of your crowd? Find out about Chaordix™ - technology that enables enterprises to get the most out of crowdsourcing.
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Users submit how-tos, jokes, articles, books, or any thing they can send over the internet. Pages are ranked by how many page views they get by unique viewers and the page's rank in google. Targeted ads are placed on every page to earn revenue. At the end of every period a percentage of the revenue is given to the writer(s) of the top page(s). Pages that fall below a certain rank are killed. --or-- Same as above but instead of the writer(s) of the top page(s) being the only ones payed, everyone is payed a percentage of the profit that their page makes.
I was reading wikipedia and thought they could make some money off of putting some ads on their site. I don't think anyone would mind seeing a few ads on the wonderful free community encyclopedia. Also kinda like geocities on how yahoo puts ads on the free pages, except people want money if you put an ad on their site.
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