Life imitates SPQ

September 4, 2009 at 4:29 pm

| Gabriel |

Marketing companies are offering services to let advertisers (or really pathetically needy ordinary end users) inflate their apparent popularity. This of course was the gist of the second-half of the Salganik and Watts “Music Lab” experiments, in which the researchers flipped the download count (so popular songs appeared unpopular and vice versa) then watched if anyone could tell the difference.

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