|New Civilization News: Give me personalized collaborative ranking|
15 comments18 Feb 2003 @ 11:43 by sharie : Great Idea! How 'bout we start it here
My newslog's right-hand margin lists books I recommend. Would you list on your newslog the books you recommend and why, the films you recommend and why, websites you recommend and why.
18 Feb 2003 @ 12:34 by tdeane : Interesting...
Why not send an email to the friends who you wish to categorize in order of importance? Love ~ Tricia
18 Feb 2003 @ 12:45 by ming : Ranking
I did have a couple of smart programmers respond very favorably to this thing, so maybe somebody is going to come up with the details.
18 Feb 2003 @ 14:34 by tdeane : Makes sense doesn't it?
They, if they are as active as you, are most likely to have encountered the same need. Love ~ Tricia
19 Feb 2003 @ 03:23 by jazzolog : Surely You Jest
I'm going to "rank" friends in order of importance? First, I'll have to rank what's important in order of importance. Then I can let the machine determine how much time I should spend with humans---and which ones. Won't it be great to send a robot out each day to find someone to trust?
What a rank idea!
19 Feb 2003 @ 14:26 by ming : Importance
You were refering to what Tricia said, right? I don't think I said I wanted to rank my friends by order of importance. Although I could see some point in that. Not really ranking them as friends, which is a bit tasteless, but maybe as information sources or as candidates for particular activities. There are people you know very casually, and there are people you're planning on doing something big and important with. But primarily I'd like to notice who's opinions I can trust. Maybe for different areas. Like Joe Schmoe is great for recommending movies, and Harry Handy always seems to know how to do practical things. Either way, the problem comes in because I can't be personal friends with thousands of people, and I don't want to just accept the media's marketing BS on face value, so I'd have a preference for what is recommended by friends of friends of friends, compared with what the TV commercials think I should do. And as information sources, I'd have a preference for friends who actually have opinions of their own, rather than those who'll just tell me what they saw on TV.
19 Feb 2003 @ 19:45 by vibrani : And then what?
What is the overall plan after you've ranked your friends? Can your friends rank you, too? And will you share one another's lists of ranking so you can all use each other just for your specific skill or whatever? In which way does friendship come into this? Sounds more like potential business associates than friends. How will that ranking go into effect for NCN, or is this just a personal venture of yours, Flemming? It seems you can just refine your worldtrans links to people and accomplish the same thing, since you already have your categories set up.
20 Feb 2003 @ 00:01 by ming : Ranking friends
Again, I have no plans for ranking my friends. What I'm looking for is ways of better learning from the experiences of my friends. Ways of organizing information so that it ranks better if it comes from people I know and trust.
20 Feb 2003 @ 00:35 by vibrani : aha
21 Feb 2003 @ 06:28 by jazzolog : The Ultimate Rank File
Speaking of ranking people, here's Life Magazine's list of the 100 most important people of the last millennium---in order of IMPORTANCE. Sorry Ming, maybe next time... :-) [link]
21 Feb 2003 @ 13:33 by ming : Rank
Shesh, I feel slighted. Not even a mention. But at least I made the list of the most useless wackos on the net.
21 Feb 2003 @ 15:08 by maxtobin : Hey cool Ming!!
Every one shows their true colours, words can be so misleading eh? I sense that there are those who consistently resonate with "miss-understanding" (god bless her) and will never get what you are onto. Go for it!!! I see where you are coming from and feel it is a fine direction. Check out this link www.snappermail.com in terms of messageing technologies for the mobile internet zone and PDA's (a local Auckland Company)
22 Feb 2003 @ 17:00 by vibrani : lol
Look at it this way, Flemming, Spiritweb made the list, too. I didn't. Should I feel shunted? heehee
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