Aleks labels this “if clicks were votes,” but maybe it would be more accurate to label it “clicks aren’t votes” . . . .

Posted by Andrew on 21 December 2007, 12:26 am

Aleks labels this “if clicks were votes,” but maybe it would be more accurate to label it “clicks aren’t votes” . . . .

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