I missed it but others didn’t. Mechanical Turk celebrated it’s first birthday on 2nd November. Happy Birthday Mechanical Turk!
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Wow! Mechanical Turk is almost 2 years old now!
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Why do you use an apostrophe in its, above? Mechanical Turk celebrated it is first birthday doesn’t make sense. You can Google apostrophe (or even look it up on Wikipedia) to get a better understanding of how apostrophes are used.
It’s been a while since you posted about it, but Mechanical Turk is still going. That’s the good news. The bad news is that there are still kinks in its policy that make it tough for workers. You can read about them at Broken Turk (http://brokenturk.blogspot.com).
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