Problem: Disappearing Language

For this problem, Solution B is the best representation of a many-to-many solution for this problem. It goes right to the people who know the language and preserves it in a way that anyone can access it. In the format, anyone can record a story and put it on the website for anyone to access. It completely removes the middle man or administrative role that is present in Solution A.

Problem: Neglected Ruins

Of the two solutions, Solution B is the better representation of a many-to-many solution. It is a better example because it mobilizes people and taps into local networks. It mobilizes people in two directions: to these neglected ruins and to the website. It also taps into local networks as the people who download the stickers can enlist their friends in putting them up.

Problem: Misunderstanding Computer Animation

Of the two solutions, Solution A is the better representation of a many-to-many solution. It reveals information that is not accessible to everyday moviegoer in an interesting way, by making it so that the layers of animation removed in a manner that can be done by anyone.

Problem: Movies Becoming Outdated

Of the two solutions, Solution A is the better representation of a many-to-many solution. Thought it may not appear so at first, it takes the stories and perspectives of many (the crew) and makes them available to many (the audience). Though there is a middle man in this instance in the filmmakers, it’s revealing to the audience information that they never knew previously.

Problem: A Broken Fountain

Of the two solutions, Solution A is the better representation of a many-to-many solution. It offers something that would ordinarily be inaccessible to most college students, fresh vegetables for salads, accessible within reach of a dining hall, something solution B does not offer.