Online systems are becoming increasingly social environments in which people share advice and experiences in threaded discussions, photos, videos and other files in systems like Flickr and You Tube, and display details of their social lives through a host of social networking sites. Yet even as these settings provide rich content, that content does not automatically provide us with social cues that can reveal what an interaction might mean, who we are interacting with, or the nature of their underlying character. As more of social life is embedded in these systems, we come to want and need systems for expressing identity and building reputations that can help us resolve some of this uncertainty. Because interaction in these settings leaves traces, however, we can look at histories and patterns of actions from hundreds of interactions. These types of accumulated reputations can reveal a great deal.
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