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Dave Harry discusses various approaches to deal with mass produced Web content --as well as Web spam-- from a geek's point of view. Obviously explicit feedback mechanisms don't work well, because they're spammable and active user participation is rare, also usually too biased to lead to results capable to satisfy the masses. Maybe Google's approach of factoring in implicit feedback, besides authority, could lead to better results eventually, simply because it scales well.
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