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    I seem to be on a recognition kick lately. In addition to running across the reputation patterns the other day, I just ran across a great presentation by Bryce Glass on getting started with reputation systems. Again, I personally think the notion of reputation being discussed is being blurred a bit...
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    It is great to see Randy Farmer's work on reputation published in Yahoo's Design Pattern Library . I like the level of detail, and the visualizations help to capture the mutitude of ways of representing this. As exicted as I am to see this, I'm not sure I would call these "reputation." Instead, these...
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  • Blog Post: Community advisory boards help shape our future

    A few months ago, I was at the Norman Rockwell Museum and I ran across his " Four Freedoms " series again. I always enjoyed his work and am in awe of his ability to capture humanity in such a poignant manner. As such, in light of our recent community advisory board meeting, I thought the " Freedom of...