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August 16, 2004

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» Trust as Modifier from Cognitive Dissonance
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» Trust and open content from Situativity
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Sean Murphy

Ash Maurya's thought provoking Venn diagram in "Beyond Social Networking" (see http://www.wiredjournal.com/archives/000008.html) lists a number of modes or contexts that enable trust buildig in a relationship.

Shimon Rura

Very cogent post, Christopher. I think you've hit upon what makes blogs so useful and novel in the computing world. I wrote a response in my own blog:

http://frassle.rura.org/christopherAllenGets

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