Clucast is a Firefox add-on that offers the wisdom of crowds the collective opinions of people about anything and everything displayed on the Web. The diversity of opinions in a crowd makes the crowd often more right than any single expert. In his eloquent book entitled The Wisdom of Crowds, James Surowiecki explains why the many are smarter than the few and how collective wisdom shapes businesses, societies, and nations. At Clupedia, we refer to the wisdom of crowds as the meta Web - a Web about the Web, built by the people for the people. While we are all drowning in a sea of information on the World Wide Web, the meta Web will keep us afloat with the help of clues from crowds. Think of those clues as shortcuts which cut through all that clutter and make the current Web much more informative, collaborative, connected, and convenient. Version 0.9.1.20071005 includes unspecified updates.
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