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Anyway... I'm finding a few interesting things about the nature of human altruism. One observation I've made is that, although I frequently describe myself as altruistic, most people are not willing to do the same for me. Or, for that matter, do it for anyone but themselves. How much social pressure does it take to get a person to give altruistic behavior? I'm asking because the Math Department at my university is having a battle over "who should pay more," the department head versus the students, and I can see that both are being altruistic, but only one is receiving the altruistic behavior. In any case, I just wish I'd had this tool for the Mongol empire. Probably not. A person has a strong interest in helping another if the costs and benefits of helping outweigh the benefits and costs of not helping. The costs and benefits that we usually refer to are the possible gain in future rewards and possible loss in future punishments. That is, we help altruists because we will get something in the future, or we'll avoid something bad in the future, or something else. In these social networks, there is no mechanism for loss in future punishments, and maybe no mechanism for loss in future rewards. So the only way of maximizing the return to altruism is to be altruistic to someone that you don't even know. (This is not meant to be a complete description of altruism, which is much more complex and involves a lot of psychology.) I've got a friend that was sitting next to me at the lecture on Sunday. I'd been thinking that I would ask him to assist me out with installing this software, but he didn't seem to want to, so I didn't ask. On the way home I thought I'd just ask him. I did. He told me that he'd already made a batch of the migrations. He had no idea how much he had done, or how much was left, or anything. So I asked if he wanted to do it, and he said no. I just got an email from Digg saying that the software has been discontinued. There are no more updates. I guess that means that Digg is not any more interested in this, and that they have no plans to expand on the social network functionality of their application, like they originally did. Looking over the documentation, it seems like it will take all the work that was put into




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