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=== Karma is hard === === Karma is hard ===
-Though digital reputations are often poor copy of the social reputations they attempt mimic, karma is even more challenging In "On Karma: Top-line Lessons on User Reputation Design" a post on BuildingReputation.com, we detailed a dozen ways that karma differs from entity reputation:  * Karma is user reputation within a context+Though digital reputations are often poor copy of the social reputations they attempt mimic, karma is even more challenging In "On Karma: Top-line Lessons on User Reputation Design" a post on BuildingReputation.com, we detailed a dozen ways that karma differs from entity reputation: 
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 + * Karma is user reputation within a context
  * Karma is useful for building trust between users, and between a user and the site   * Karma is useful for building trust between users, and between a user and the site
  * Karma can be an incentive for participation and contributions   * Karma can be an incentive for participation and contributions
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  * Negative public karma should be avoided all together   * Negative public karma should be avoided all together
  * Public karma often encourages competitive behavior in users, which may not be compatible with their motivations   * Public karma often encourages competitive behavior in users, which may not be compatible with their motivations
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Several of these points will be addressed in this chapter, as the are particularly relevant when considering the possible effects of digital reputation on the real world. Several of these points will be addressed in this chapter, as the are particularly relevant when considering the possible effects of digital reputation on the real world.
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