Castro said something about not wanting his truck to get stolen, then helped her out of the car. The thick air smelled like stale beer, urine and rotten black beans, and many of the windows were boarded up. “She’s right downstairs, putting some laundry in the machine,” Castro said. He pointed to the staircase, and Knight started climbing.She saw an old man standing in the yard next door, so she waved. “Why don’t you come with me upstairs so you can go ahead and pick out a puppy? On the second-floor landing, he directed her to a small bedroom with pink walls.She bought a soda and started asking people for directions. They started talking about Knight’s son, Joey, and then Castro mentioned that his dog had just had puppies.By the time he pulled up to his house on Seymour Avenue, just a few blocks from where Knight lived, he’d convinced her to take one home for Joey.If anyone tries to order you to give out personal information, please report it!• Slaves are to defer to the free and obey all reasonable commands.
They include, but are not limited to: For instance, a recent task for Milland was to transcribe the contents of a receipt.
Milland is one of more than 500,000 "Turkers"—contract workers who perform small tasks on Amazon's digital platform, which they refer to as "m Turk." The number of active workers, who live across the globe, is estimated to run between 15,000 and 20,000 per month, according to Panos Ipeirotis, a computer scientist and professor at New York University's business school.
Turkers work anywhere from a few minutes to 24 hours a day. According to Ipeirotis, in October 2016, American Turkers are mostly women. Globally, they're most likely to have been born between 1980-1990.
If there are no mods are in the room, save the log (copy & paste), politely inform them that you need to place them on ignore and do so, then contact a moderator to report the problem.
• Slaves are not required to beg "entrance", but are required to at least greet the free (masters first, then mistresses) immediately upon entering.
Each morning when she wakes up, Kristy Milland powers up her home computer in Toronto, logs into Amazon Mechanical Turk, and waits for her computer to ding.