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Future Of Social Web

Discussion about Social Web and Talkonomy in particular.... all comments and suggestions are welcome... we are listening...
by Praveen Baratam
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Many people often complain about the noise, fanboism and bullying on the Web today but seldom realize that this is in consequence to hyper-inclusive internet and ubiquitous connectivity.

Noise, I believe, is directly proportional to the size of audience and allowing them to participate in a conversation without even logging them in (revealing their identity) makes things even worse.

Manageable conversations, IMHO, need fewer participants, narrower contexts and strong culture that preserves the sanctity and purpose of the community. Platforms such as Talkonomy and Reddit thrive on this necessity.

While different platforms cater to different cultures, Talkonomy encourages intellectual conversations by enforcing strong identity and instituting a reputation system, Topic/Post/Comment hierarchy, structured expression, etc.
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Praneeth Baratam, Evangelist - 5 years ago Edit
'Trolling' is a side effect and directly proportional to the product of popularity of a certain blog and the brand value of the topic. One would hardly find any trollers in a topic of doubtful brand value like for example, artificial retina for the blind. Brands, like celebrities, elicit emotions among their supporters (fanboys). Talkonomy does a great job at putting trolling at a minimum by offering multitude of topics for discussion and also enforcing traceability to the commenter.
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Praveen Baratam, Maven - 5 years ago Edit
IMO, trolling and fanboism are often encountered when a particular subject is received emotionally than objectively by the audience. For example, Apple or Android fanboys often react the way they do only because the object of comparison/discussion is what they identify themselves with. That may be the reason why there is little substance if any in such arguments.
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Where do good ideas come from? Ever wondered how this all started?

G = iC² - The Genius Formula

Check out the following blog post for more on this.

http://info.talkonomy.com/blog/g-ic%c2%b2-the-genius-formula/
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Conversation is the key and Talkonomy is right on Dot :-)
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great idea..!!! nice thinking. You have taken the first step & others will follow. All the best
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Praveen Baratam, Maven - 6 years ago Edit
Thank you for the support. Hope you enjoy your time here.. :-)
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Welcome to Talkonomy.... a better place for ideas and conversations....
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Anivesh Baratam, Evangelist - 6 years ago Edit
Hope this the future of social web!
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Praneeth Baratam, Evangelist - 6 years ago Edit
Social life has become less about common interets and more about peeking into others lives
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Praveen Baratam, Maven - 6 years ago Edit
Thats exactly what Talkonomy aims to solve.... Ideas, opinions and facts are far more interesting than gossip. We aspire to fuel the renaissance in Social Media.
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