Categories Uncategorized Boaty McBoatface: What You Get When You Let the Internet Decide – The New York Times Post author By hourback Post date 2016-03-22 No Comments on Boaty McBoatface: What You Get When You Let the Internet Decide – The New York Times A proposal by a British agency to let the Internet name a research ship is the latest in a trend of web users having some fun with public polls. Source: Boaty McBoatface: What You Get When You Let the Internet Decide – The New York Times Liked it? Take a second to support hourback on Patreon!Share this:EmailPrintPocketRedditTelegramMoreTwitterTumblrPinterestWhatsAppLinkedInFacebookSkypeLike Loading... Related By hourback I'm a father, musical, philosophical, virtually vegan, ethical, trying to be present and mindful. View Archive → ← Biloxi and ACLU Settle Lawsuit Over Jailing of Indigent People → “Why President Obama Has the Constitutional Power to Appoint—and Not Just Nominate—a Replacement for Justice Scalia” | Election Law Blog Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.