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Author Topic: An example of how social networks can be used to assist in decision-making  (Read 3527 times)


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This site highlights how social networks can be used to assist in the decision-making process because it puts information in the hands of many who can then assist in myriad ways.

Another great site from alex3f
Kenneth P. Reeder, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
Jacksonville, North Carolina  28546


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Looks like an interesting experiment. One to keep an eye on I think and see how they do. I didn't take the time to fully read up on their system though, and on the surface I'm not sure quite how it is supposed to be effective at its claimed goals...

- Oshyan