By TMCentral Technologies on
10/12/2010 11:21 AM
With explosion of networking applications like Facebook and Twitter, the idea that certain groups of people can collectively give expertise / guidance on fields/disciplines. The latest is "bloat-ware" or that software that was installed that was unneeded and can slow down your machine. By "can slow down", we almost always mean "does slow down" since most of these programs running at least a token presence at all times. However, can such a "group therapy" approach work on bloatware? Maybe if its not a strict majority and the hosting company moderates it, it would be little different that a company with "experts", but then that kind-of takes away from the "Crowd-sourcing" doesn't it?