Discussion in 'Daily mTurk HITs Threads' started by gurlondrums, Dec 29, 2019.
love you, coffee. don't usually interact with you on TV but love is love
Also... question for everybody... if it says this...
"After logging in, you will be prompted to take a photo of yourself using the webcam, enter your first name, a space, and the first two letters of your last name"
.... is this too personal? I've seen this a few times and never done these.
I mean for me, I think it's too much, but I'm not sure? Should that be flagged or is that acceptable?
Love you too, Peachy.
personally i think its too much, a pic is definitely identifiable information to me
I think I ground the night shift to a halt - here is some pretty music -----
But I really do want to know what peeps think about webcam-ing.
personally, i hate anything webcam/facetime, all of that crap
so unless they are paying at minimum $10, nope. i dont even do the voice work stuff for less than $1 unless its like saying ONE word
I know some people strip on webcam
Some people talk to their loved ones on webcam
I watched an episode of Black Mirror one time where someone was spying w a webcam
Person made people’s lives hell w blackmail
so I guess my opinion on webcams are mixed
Title: Research on decision-making survey (15 min, chance at $50 bonus) | PANDA
Requester: Peter Hickman [A1RYRR9VQJB4HA]
TurkerView: [ $22.87 / hour ]
Description: Answer a few questions about what bonus you would prefer: either money, gift card, or a donation to a charity. There is a chance you will actually win the bonus you choose.
Duration: 60 Min
Total approved HITs GreaterThan 100,
HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThan 97,
Location EqualTo US,
Title: Answer a survey about your opinions and voting | PANDA
Requester: Christianne [AKECLNB4KALYY]
TurkerView: [ $ / hour ]
Description: $1.00 for 8 minute (max) survey about your opinions
Duration: 60 Min
HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThan 90,
Location EqualTo US,
Peter Hickman [A1RYRR9VQJB4HA] Research on decision-making survey (15 min, chance at $50 bonus) - $2.00 | PANDA
Unrated $9.09 / hour
00:13:12 / completion time Pros:
Easy, but took my time thinking I might win bonus.... Cons:
Chance of winning bonus not so good, and revealed at the end of task.
No bonus for me!
Qualifications: Total approved HITs > 100; HIT approval rate (%) > 97; Location EqualTo US;
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Christianne [AKECLNB4KALYY] Answer a survey about your opinions and voting - $1.00 | PANDA
Unrated $16.07 / hour
00:03:44 / completion time Pros:
Qualifications: HIT approval rate (%) > 90; Location EqualTo US;
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hi guys! if my business gets cd's, and then my business gives the cd's to myself as non-cash incentives, then I cash out the cd's as personal income. then that reduces my business income by the cost of buying the cd's, right? and I would owe personal income taxes on the value of the cd's at the time I cash them out. at which point the personal deduction would apply to cashing out the cd's. is that right?
I need to pay myself in non-cash expenses.
edit: the cd's would need to have a maturity date either more than 90 days or in the next calendar year after they were purchased? so they wouldn't be a cash equivalent maybe?
if you pay yourself in non-cash expenses, what you pay yourself is a tax write off. I think I might be on to something. it's like when companies pay their employees in stock instead of cash. the business doesn't pay taxes on the stock they give away, because it's a non-cash expense.
You're fired. @Ana* you're back in the game as long as you tell me this strategy is legit.
kixlab-jean [AQKOMRXZC0PHK] Talk with chatbot and order icecream! - $1.00 | PANDA
Unrated $16.36 / hour
00:03:40 / completion time Pros:
Qualifications: Masters Exists ; HIT approval rate (%) > 97; Total approved HITs > 50;
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or maybe my business could issue me bonds. the interest my business pays to me on the bonds would be a non-cash expense. so it's non-taxable to my business. it's taxable as personal income, so the standard deduction would apply.
I don't know any of this for sure.
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