Why ebay feedback change is not the end of social production


A very deep and involving post from Kevin Kelly (no relation ;-)): Kevin Kelly — The Technium

that is a much deeper explanation of why the change in the ebay feedback scoring engine is not the end of the social production world as the FT posited and Nick Carr supported. Adult supervision doesn’t mean that the children aren’t producing something of value.





One response to “Why ebay feedback change is not the end of social production”

  1. JT Avatar

    My opinion is it seems that ebay may be facing a huge lawsuit upcoming buy giving sellers the only option for giving positive feedback to buyers while denying sellers the write to leave neutral or negative feedback for bad transactions.
    Freedom of speech is the concept of being able to speak freely without censorship. The right to freedom of speech is guaranteed under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The synonymous term “freedom of expression” is sometimes preferred, since the right is not confined to verbal speech only but is understood to protect any act of expression, receiving and imparting information or ideas, writing etc… regardless of the medium used.

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