Google Industrial Democracy

The concept of Google is based on votes, where a Web page votes for another person’s Web page and is keyword relevant, someone votes for the voter and is keyword relevant, and so on down a pyramid. The goal is to be as high up a pyramid as possible for the highest Pagerank, a score that determines your rank in the search engine. But not everything is a pyramid, sometimes someone on top of the pyramid votes for someone with a lower Pagerank. Your Pagerank is higher if pointed to by these higher Pagerank or “authority” URLs. You can be penalized if pointing to some other Web page, unless you point to “original content”, which I interpret as low plagiarism penalty, trending upward, high demand, low competition.

What is the truth? The whole truth, nothing but the truth, so help you God? So help me me! There are no right or wrong answers with history, politics and religion, people just want to kill each other off, as a physicist, I know there are nothing but anomalies and aberrations in physics, and even the math is not pure, as I proved with mathematical gnosticism. is a better alternative to Google as it uses ratings, not just votes, counts the actual clicks on hyperlinks to improve score based on actual visits, uses multi-threading to combine search engine with social media to quicken and ease page interaction process for better search engine ranking concept, deprecates lower-pyramid back-links to give new comers a fair chance at overcoming grandfathered Web pages, many other benefits.

The purpose here is to show how when workers vote, rate, and comment on other workers in an industrial democracy, say as everybody is constantly being given “job reviews”, not only by coworkers, but external customers, and the same for hiring tactics for employees (yes/no decision to hire means highest score with voted on qualifications requirements and deadline to hire by), the score, in this case Raterank instead of Pagerank, as a percentage of the total scores of all workers combined, is the percentage of total revenue you make.

So whereas the wealthy, former managers, and more experienced workers worry that anarchy means you will be downsized, the fact of the matter is, managing is hard work, and newer, younger workers, like when comparing PFC’s to generals, will always respect the knowledge of the more senior members, and vote/rate them more often and with higher regards, giving the senior members more money with a less difficult job. If the more junior members don’t respect seniority, the team will suffer because of competition with other institutions, and lose market share. So the laws of Adam Smith are never violated, power to the individual is the only thing that benefits the team as well.

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