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What is crowd sourcing? What did it allow Star Wars fans to do?

Crowd sourcing is the equivalent of 'asking the audience' in a radio show.  And there is no keener audience than die-hard Star Wars devotees. One enthusiast asked fellow-fans to recreate scenes from the film and has now
spliced the pint-sized, crowdsourced, fan-generated scenes into Star Wars Uncut: The Director’s Cut, which has just been released. Star Wars Uncut is a crowdsourced work of wonder.
Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/01/25/fans-remake-star-wars-15-seconds-at-a-time/#ixzz1kvIKIkGD

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