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The Internets aren’t just for serious stuff. Oh no. Particularly when you can build a “game” that makes people think they’re fooling around when they’re actually doing your work.

For example, Google image gizmo – officially known as its “Image Labeler” – in which participants label what they see, trying to match up choices with another user somewhere out there in the ether. Google says this is so it can create better labels for images in its library. Uh, yeah. Right.

Play the thing for 10 minutes. If you can. Then bookmark it for those really dopey conference calls. It’s today’s HotSpot.

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