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    Top 5 Week Eight

    by Mark Glaser
    March 7, 2006
    1. La la
      Site lets you trade old CDs with others — legally
    2. DriveTime video blog
      Dashboard view of Ravi Jain’s commute to work
    3. iKarma
      Judge someone’s reputation a la eBay
    4. Wal-Mart’s blog love
      Big retailer tries for better PR via bloggers
    5. Blue Plate Special
      NYU’s Jay Rosen charts top blogging newspapers
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    • I’m slightly freaked out that iKarma’s bad guy has sunglasses, darker skin, and a beard. The intro would have been more compelling if that had been the good guy.

      There are already tons of ways to rate a business or a service. I suppose the “iKarma” seal could have merit over time.

      It will be interesting to see if Verisign or the BBB — somebody who already has a reputation for trust management gets into this game.

    • Freaked out about iKarma’s bad guy cartoon?

      Then you may want to read: The Story of Moe
      http://ikarma.typepad.com/ikarma/2006/03/the_story_of_mo.html

    • I just started using ikarma.com. Fantastic. I have been listed on the site for one week. If you Google “lace yardage” you will come up with my listing under ikarma ON THE FIRST PAGE.

      I hope a lot of other web sites use this tool because the more that use it the more popular it will become.

      Al Nelson
      http://www.oldeworldelace.com

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