Discussion in 'Daily mTurk HITs Threads' started by Tripsa, Dec 3, 2019.
Got a good amazon recommendation?
Danny [A35P7EOGVDYDOP] Survey about number intuition with trivia questions - $1.00 | PANDA
Unrated $11.92 / hour
00:05:02 / completion time Pros:
Qualifications: Total approved HITs > 100; Masters Exists ; HIT approval rate (%) > 90; Location EqualTo US;
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Title: Survey about number intuition with trivia questions | PANDA
Requester: Danny [A35P7EOGVDYDOP]
TurkerView: [ $11.75 / hour ]
Description: In this survey, you'll answer a series of trivia questions, all with numbers as answers. You'll then respond to questions about how you answered the trivia questions. The survey will take about 9 minutes to complete.
Duration: 60 Min
Total approved HITs GreaterThan 100,
HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThan 90,
Location EqualTo US,
You don't need a weighted blanket if you sleep with soul-crushing regret every night.
I hate when you do the forget password bullshit, and then make up a new one, and they're like "fuck you, you already used that password, you can't use it again" then you just make a new one to forget a week later.
inb4 someone says keypass or whatever
They're great, just get a nice heavy one, rip some sicc clouds off your favorite box, then nod off for awhile.
Seems like it would be good for hitting the wife with a good old dutch oven one night.
Don't hit your wife.
No, not really. I just picked up the first one I could find and it's kind of meh. I was having really bad night terrors every night and it was driving me down a really dark path so that was one of the things we did super quick to try and help.
Oh I have that deep weight but it just drags the bags under my eyes down further!
@Randomacts someone needs a password manager recommendation and only you can help. This is your chance to get your average post count back over >100/day.
Or do, if she likes it
See, that's WHY I have one.
Massive insonmia and it helps me nod off or relax when I'm anxious. When Skeeter gets anxious, he curls up under one with me
Title: Answer a survey about news article titles | PANDA
Requester: T Hashimoto [A183I450PKZ166]
TurkerView: [ $11.73 / hour ]
Description: Tell us how factually correct news article titles are
Duration: 30 Min
HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThan 95,
Total approved HITs GreaterThan 50,
Location EqualTo US,
ucisynlab [A31IYPWYI3LYWO] Language Experiment (code: red): $1.00, 31 sentences, ~5 minutes - $1.00 | PANDA
Unrated $20.93 / hour
00:02:52 / completion time Pros:
Qualifications: Total approved HITs >= 500; HIT approval rate (%) >= 95; Location EqualTo US;
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I have to keep a list now of all my passwords. They're "coded" so it's not the actual pwd. Just a vague prompt so I recall which one I used on which site. And for important sites, like my bank account, that password is 100% different from any other pwd anywhere. I don't want someone cracking my Spotify and then be able to figure out my bank account.
I had to make one for the Social Security administration and I stressed the hell out over that one. It's not like any of my other ones. I'm sure I'll forget it 22 times.
Hell, I already screwed up the Disney+ password that I made JUST YESTERDAY. Went to put it into Roku and was all....frack. Forgot the damn password already.
I've done a few of these.....kind of hit or miss on if they are well liked or not, they certainly don't go super fast.
Don't laugh, but I actually made mine and I have NO SEWING SKILL. I got one of those fleece blankets that is basically two fleece blankets that you tie together and then I got the weighted pellets and Matt & I made an insert with ziplocs and the pellets that we legit duct taped into a grid so we could slide it in and out of the inside of the fleece blanket.
There are definitely fancier ways to go about it, but I managed to make a comfy weighted blanket for 30 bucks or so? And I've had it for 4 years & 3 states now, so it's lasted
so I'm looking at my scraper and I just realized that even though its 2 different batches, its one requester: zenloop MTurk . I thought it was something more than one requester was doing.
I always wondered...what keeps a hacker from cracking these password managers and then they have all my passwords, not just one?
And if they have such massive security, why isn't everyone using it? Looking at you, Equifax.
you can also hide your killer mod in the pockets and take some sicc clouds whenever
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