Do you take predictions seriously? Hopefully your answer isn’t yes or no, but it’s yes and no. You see, predictions are fun and all, but they can only go so far. Anyone who doesn’t know anything about anything can make a prediction, and that’s what’s fun about them. You never really know what’s going to happen in the end, but you can sure try to make a guess. In a sense, predictions become powerful once multiple people get involved. There’s something to be said for the wisdom of crowds, wouldn’t you agree? In an attempt to make predictions social, TWOCrowds has launched their social predicting service.
With TWOCrowds, you can share your predictions about anything in order to see if anyone else agrees with what you have to say. TWOcrowds also matches relevant images and news to the predictions that are selected so that you can see what information outside sources are providing on the subject. At this current time, there isn’t a whole lot of action going on at TWOcrowds, but hopefully that will change. If nothing else, the service shows that predictions can be more powerful once they’re collaborated on.
[tags]TWOCrowds, Predictions, Social Predictions, Crowds[/tags]