At the start of January, I wrote a guest post on Martin Rye’s blog (Summit and Valley, well worth subscribing too) about Social Hiking – what it is, a bit of history and a summary of some of the main functions. Here is the full post in full:
Flattr is a new service which describes itself as a social micro payment platform that lets you show love for the things you like and helps support the people who create it.
I do really like the idea of Flattr, but sadly I think it is a model that has several major barriers to success. Continue reading “Flattr – great idea, but a big mountain to climb!”