Tardsourcing:

Relying on the ‘wisdom of crowds’ to guide you while forgetting that sometimes that produces shoddy folk-art and lowest common denominator output.

Technically I shouldn’t use the word ‘tard’ since it is offensive to people with mental disabilities. But the people I’ve met with mental disabilities are about 10x more skilled than some webtards I find online.

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One thought on “Tardsourcing:

  1. Ian

    It’s only offensive to the many great folks I’ve met who are mentally disabled, because it lumps them in with some of the moron web folks.

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