Etiquetas: confianza*

Por confianza se pueden entender muchas cosas. Desde el ámbito personal al profesional, pero también hay confianza sistémica (es lo que hace posible la sociedad)

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  1. Politeness buys you time. It leaves doors open. I’ve met so many people whom, if I had trusted my first impressions, I would never have wanted to meet again. And yet — many of them are now great friends.


    Sometimes I’ll get a call or email from someone five years after the last contact and I’ll think, oh right, I hated that person. But they would never have known, of course. Let’s see if I still hate them. Very often I find that I don’t. Or that I hated them for a dumb reason. Or that they were having a bad day. Or much more likely, that I had been having a bad day.
  2. Silk Road es un mercado negro (principalmente de drogas pero curiosamente no de armas) en la Internet profunda. En este post explican cómo ha conseguido construir suficiente confianza para comerciar pese a la ausencia de relaciones cara a cara.
    Tags: , por bianka (2013-08-13)
  3. Estudiar las cosas con un enfoque neurológico ¿se está convirtiendo en una moda?
    Tags: por bianka (2012-05-01)
  4. Minorías étnicas y generación de confianza en el comercio de larga distancia.

    «A lot of long-distance trading was famously undertaken by ethnic minorities, where the affiliation heuristic substituted for being able to observe the other party at close range.»
    Tags: , por bianka (2012-03-11)
  5. Reseña de Liars & Outliers.

    Schneier's view is that there will always be defectors, and there will always be incentives to defect. I think this goes against a number of utopian visions. The utopian vision of the left is that human nature can be changed to get rid of defectors. The utopian vision of libertarians is that reputation systems will stamp out defectors. Schneier would say instead that reputation systems will come to be gamed by defectors.

    The emergence of long-distance commerce in the Western world was aided in part by the involvement of European Quakers, who earned a reputation for dealing honorably with their business partners.
    Tags: , , por bianka (2012-03-06)
  6. Pirámide de colaboración.
    Tags: , por bianka (2012-02-14)
  7. The moral is obvious. You can't trust code that you did not totally create yourself. (Especially code from companies that employ people like me.) No amount of source-level verification or scrutiny will protect you from using untrusted code.
    Tags: , , , por jose (2012-01-08)
  8. Buen artículo sobre ciborgs y confianza. Al final se centra en Facebook y desmerece un poco el resto del artículo, pero contiene alguna idea buena.

    "Trust ... » involves more than a calculation of the reliability of likely future events. Trust exists, Simmel a Classical sociologist » says, when we “believe in” someone or some principle: “It expresses the feeling that there exists between our idea of a being and the being itself a definite connection and unity, a certain consistency in our conception of it, an assurance and lack of resistance in the surrender of the Ego to this conception, which may rest upon particular reasons, but is not explained by them.” Trust, in short, is a form of “faith,” in which the confidence vested in probable outcomes expresses a commitment to something rather than just a cognitive understanding."
    Tags: , , por jose (2012-01-08)
  9. Buen apunte sobre cómo se articula la confianza en entornos informáticos, comparandolo a como se articula entre personas:

    Tags: , por jose (2012-01-06)

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