Then head over to raunk.com. This is the startup I’ve been working on this summer with four friends. It’s a site where you can rate anything, and from the ratings, see best-of lists from different perspectives. Since the best-of lists are generated dynamically and from tags, we can generate really amazing and specific lists.
Let me give you a few examples:
Best Programming Languages According To Stanford Computer Science Majors
Best Movies According to Me
Best Season 8 Curb Your Enthusiasm Episodes According to my friends Zach and Daniel
Best Books According to my friend Eric
Best Free Mac Software According to Everyone
Best Harry Potter Characters According to my friend David
Let me explain why this site has the potential to be an amazing resource for you:
There already are many sites that rate things and review things–but most of these are for very common areas such as movies and restaurants. However, it is very common to start googling for the “best something.” But often you are looking for something that doesn’t have a review community like the Best Domain Name Registrars or the Best Stanford Traditions.
These are things I’ve been looking for recently. Our hope with raunk is that if we can can create a platform where people can rate anything, then raunk can be the primary resource for any specific list you have. If you look up best domain name registrars on google, what you’ll find at the top is just a blog post. What would be more helpful to me is if I could see the opinion of the internet, experts in this area, and people whose opinions I respect.
If you head over to raunk.com and check it out, send me an email and let me know what you think, or comment here.
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Because the number goes down when they view your profile. It goes up when they don’t. Re-read the article.