There is a difference between influence and trustworthiness of information

There is a difference between influence and

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 There is a difference between influence and trustworthiness of information  Reputation Capital o The worth of your reputation – your intentions, capabilities, and values – across communities and marketplaces o How can you aggregate/monitor your reputation? o When we get it right, it will create a massive, positive disruption on who has power, influence and trust  Credit history will not be the only ranking of us anymore  Reputation will become a currency that will say “you can trust me”  StackOverflow... o Platform where experienced programmers can ask other experienced programmers highly detailed questions on things such as tinypixels, etc.  80% of these are accurate answers (they have to convince their peers that they know what the hell they’re talking about) Svac 19  Users were putting their reputation scores on the top of their  resumes  Value exists beyond the medium from which it was designed
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 Having a high reputation unlocks a sense of your own power (allows people with real talent to ride to the top)  “A good reputation can be used to buy cooperation from others, even people we have never met.” Cases  Case 1  Open a new database file using MS Access  Create Tables using Table Design View o Create fields, setting field name and data type and descriptions o Designate primary key o Go through fields and set any validation rules o Add lookup wizard fields o Be sure you have common fields among tables for joins  Add joins using database tools  relationships  Create forms for each table o Use wizard to get fields in form o Use form design view to add command buttons and calculated fields  Add data to tables using their respective form, sometimes data added prior to form development via imports Case 6  ToDo: o Build a table in Datasheet View o Define table relationships o Create a single table query o a query in SQL View o Create a Multi-Table Query o Add Calculated Field to Query o Create a Report using Report Wizard Case 10  Obtain Payroll Data and Assumptions  Format Data for Readability  Compute Regular Pay  Compute Retirement
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Contribution  Computer Pay After Pretax Deductions  Compute Social Security & Compute Federal Tax  Compute Net Pay  Generate Statistical summaries  Perform Additional Analysis and Data Visualization  Flowchart from Tutorial 2A o (Start)  [Format Data]  [Compute Regular Pay]  [Compute Retirement Contribution]  [Compute Pay after Pre-Tax Deductions]  [Compute Social Security]  [Compute Federal Tax]  [Compute Net Pay]  [Generate Statistical Summaries]  (Stop)  Inputs o Hours worked o Tax assumptions o Retirement contribution assumptions o Hourly wage  Outputs o Net Pay Svac 20 o Taxes (federal and SS) o Retirement contribution o Pay after pre- tax deductions o Regular pay Case 13  Quarterly and annual projections based on various revenue streams  Learn how to create a Basic Budget Model  Ultimate Goal is to determine Projected profit and the
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