"In a world of Facebook, Twitter and mobility a person’s identity and reputation is the most important hard currency they have. In this world ShareRep could be the next big thing."
"ShareRep could hold the key to personal online reputations and anonymity."
Dr Henderson is a Senior Lecturer of Information and Communication Technology in Education at Monash University. His research includes Social technologies and publications such as Teenagers, Legal Risks and Social Networking Sites.
ShareRep announces the Beta release of a reputation sharing service for website publishers. ShareRep’s service provides an up-to-date feed of premium quality reputation information.
Publishers can signup to try ShareRep for free while in Beta. The service is currently available for websites that run phpBB forum software. Trialling the Beta involves the installation of a plugin (mod) to phpBB. The plugin works in concert with ShareRep servers and proprietary algorithm, enabling the forum to present a gauge that displays individual reputation. Forum users can view different aspects that contribute to reputation, vote on other users’ online contributions and filter posts based on reputation.
The live demo system shows multiple ShareRep enabled phpBB forums.
Signing up for the Beta is quick and easy with support available from the ShareRep team.
ShareRep now has a Twitter account - @ShareRep. If you are interested in the Beta, follow the principal and lead developer on @adeweger.
ShareRep now has a Facebook account. if you would like to discuss ShareRep or related topics, please post.ShareRep