science towards nescience
What polished bronze can teach us about crowdsourcing
Crowds can take tasks that would be too costly for any individual, and perform them effortless for years — even centuries.
You can’t tell the crowd what it wants to do or how it wants to do it.
More polished parts
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Also common: noses, hands, and feet.
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