This work has been up for more than a year and it still compels me. Neil writes that "no human is involved in choosing, positioning, or blending the images." But that's not quite right, of course. Humans were involved in envisioning the scene, composing the photos, processing the image files, uploading them to Flickr, tagging them, sharing them, making them available via API, coding their aggregation, displaying them, and tagging the results all over again. So it's really all about humans, all about creative process, in which human interposition is essential, ineluctable.