Trust Me

Venyo

“The lack of trust has always been an issue on the Internet and it will not get better with the emergence of new collaborative services particular to Web 2.0.
More and more people are blogging, sharing, publishing or selling but what about the quality and the reliability of the published material ?” say the people responsible for the public beta release of Venyo which aims to provide a universal online reputation service expressed in the form of a personal reliability index.

More on digital identity here >>

Or watch this brilliantly presented piece by Dick Hardt at last year’s OpenSource convention:

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One response to “Trust Me

  1. It is going to be fascinating watching trust and permission pan out in the web 2.0 era.

    Interesting presentation style too.

    Chris @ rawstylus.wordpress.com

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