TrustFlow results for


I tried out TrustFlow II for LiveJournal. The following people not on the friends list for are close by:

  • , (400 – 450)
  • , , , (600 – 650)
  • , , , , , , (650 – 700)

  • , , (700 – 750)
  • , , , , (750 – 800)
  • , , , , (800 – 850)
  • , , (850 – 900)
  • , , (900 – 950)
  • , , , , , , , (950 – 1000)
  • , , , (1000 – 1050)
  • , , , , , , , , (1050 – 1100)
  • , , , , , , , , , (1100 – 1150)
  • , , , , , (1150 – 1200)
  • , , (1200 – 1250)
  • , , , (1250 – 1300)
  • , , , , , , , (1300 – 1350)
  • , , , , , (1350 – 1400)
  • , , , , , , , , , (1400 – 1450)

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TrustFlow II: Who is closest to your friends
list?

Hmm, this is easily thrown off-kilter, I fear. The two at the top of this list are (separately) the only accounts friended by someone else who is already on my f-list (respectively and . And two of those in the third line are likewise the only two accounts friended by . Meanwhile my own sock-puppet account, , turns up only halfway down. And the few lj’s I sometimes drop in on without friending (such as , ) don’t feature at all.

The LJ feature (on the portal page) for people popular on my friends’ f-lists who are not on mine lists , , , , , , , , , and

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1 Response to TrustFlow results for

  1. redfiona99 says:

    I find your answers really interesting (particular the 1971 one) because it’s amazing how different your experiences have been.

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