Most web2.0 software is community-software. Software around which a virtual community forms. People writing, talking, socializing, and presenting themselves through carefully crafted identities. These identities and their belongings can be quite valuable to us, whether directly or indirectly through the time and effort we invested in them. But to what extent are we free to do what we want with our creations on the web ?
What can we do, and what not on the web ? Most likely there will be policies on sites about what is ok, and what a nono. These are what most of us would see as examples of regulations. But are there any other ? Yes we think so, there is the software itself: enabling some things, making other things hard, and making zillions of things even plain impossible. The software running on the server is effectively a law of nature in virtual communities…...Continue reading »
We launched OgOg.org today, a side-project applying a simplified version of the the logilogi rating system to blog-posts from RSS-feeds…
You can take a tour here
On OgOg.org, you can rate RSS posts and receive good rankings and extra voting power when your own posts are rated as being good. You can carry your user-ranking and voting power over to other sites via OgOg’s API (and your OpenID).
Check it out and let us know what you think of it!
Great to greet you, as a foundation, via the web now. While LogiLogi has been there for a while already, the LogiLogi Foundation did not have a site for some time. And that has changed now!
Now what is the LogiLogi foundation ?
And you’re welcome to browse this site for the rest of it…