Comments: Full Disclosure

Do you have a link to your original topic community paper?

Posted by Dan at November 10, 2005 03:47 PM

No.. actually I haven't published it online and won't until the people building from it finish. I've also given it to two other companies who are doing things outside blog space. It turns out that research is valuable in several contexts.

After they are finished, I'll put it up. But thanks for asking.

Posted by mary hodder at November 10, 2005 11:21 PM

Dan wrote: "Do you have a link to your original topic community paper?"

im intresting too.

greets from Berlin, Germany

Posted by seekXL at November 14, 2005 06:45 AM

Hi, Mary -

I hope you don't mind a driveby comment. I was doing some Technorati research to try to figure out how rankism factors into the social media conversation, and it seems to me that you were the one who got the ball rolling on that. I then used Technorati's authority slider to get different views on the posts. According to Technorati, your blog has "a lot of authority". I thought you'd get a kick out of the irony of that.

I'm not sure if you're aware that Robert Fuller, the person who coined the idea of "rankism", lives in Berkeley. He doesn't wade that deeply into social media issues, but it's pretty easy to strike up a conversation with him if you're ever curious about his general ideas about overcoming rankism.

Posted by Elisa at April 27, 2006 07:55 PM