Tek 4051 firmware listing

Richard legalize at xmission.com
Sun Dec 12 01:57:31 CST 2010


In article <4D042D53.1090507 at brouhaha.com>,
    Eric Smith <eric at brouhaha.com> writes:

> On 12/11/2010 05:43 PM, Richard wrote:
> > No, you just reject work items that have errors.  You stipulate in the
> > work item that the item is rejected if transcriptions contain errors.
> And how are you going to tell whether there are errors, without spending 
> a bunch of time proofreading it?

As I've already said, you do an experiment by issuing work items at
various price points to determine how much you need to pay in order to
get reliable quality.

So far, there isn't any way that people can be made to do perfect work
that contains no errors.

The same is true if we get a bunch of volunteers from this list to do
the work, or a single person from this list does all the work
themselves, or a bunch of people are paid to do the work via
mechanical turk.

Using mechanical turk doesn't bring about utopia.  It just means that
we pay someone else to do most of the drudgery instead of doing it
ourselves.
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