Top contributors have editing privileges and can even ban other users.
However, collecting points is not just another game mechanic, the points confer special value. They embody peer status.
Contributors are uncertain of how many points they will accrue by answering a question. The only way to find out is to write the best possible response and hope the community values your contribution. Points give people real power on the site, but that status is only attained through a meritocratic process that determines who is most valued by the community. The search for rewards of the tribe is driven by status given not from an arbitrary algorithm intended to control the user, but from other users of the site.
The distinction is critically important. Reputational status conferred by the community has real value, while badges or points given by a machine have only temporary benefits. In fact, some scientists believe our lives depend on it. Research suggests that social status may be the most important factor 1 Marmot, M. Sapolski observed that higher status monkeys have lower baseline stress hormone levels and live healthier, longer lives.
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Further research shows that levels of dopamine in the human brain increase when our perception of our own status increases. In another study, 3 Izumo, K.
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Neuron, 58 2 , Struggling with simple words and ideas, Fidel is childlike and uncensored, apt to call people "ugly" or "smelly," which makes for lots of comic moments. His memory returns, he owns up to the monster he once was, and tries to do better.
This movie is adorable, funny, touching, and instructive. If not for the opening sex scandal, Fidel's bared bottom, and a smattering of adult language, The Tribe would be a wonderful movie to be shared by families. Social divisions created by lack of education, economic deprivation, and the luck of a person's circumstances of birth are all part of the movie's socially conscious subtext, but no ideology gets in the way of the humanity and decency at its heart.
As Fidel retrieves the memory of the bad man he once was, he expresses the shame he feels for having been willing to do anything for money, including ruining the lives of his company's workers. Leon is a fabulous comic actor and amazing dancer, utterly believable as a man recovering from brain injury who can't conjure ordinary words, or call up the way the practical world works.
Machi plays his mother as a sprightly fountain of wisdom, empathy, and patience. And she is a force of nature on the dance floor as well. Families can talk about what it means to live a good life. Do you think Fidel comes to redefine what it means to be successful after he meets his biological mother and her friends?
What are the indications that he has changed? Fidel was successful in his job, but he didn't care about people as much as he cared about money. What other movies have this same premise?
Do you think it's realistic? Why or why not?
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NR 90 minutes. At the watercooler and at the conference, the conversations shifted. Even for Apple. The tribe of people who follow a politician are rarely aligned with her, personally. Over time, the tribe and the leader inevitably drift apart. The tribe of people who listen to Dave and Nastassia are into food and drink. Doing it for the tribe, not to them. Tribal leaders are in a hurry, a race to connect and inspire.