So dakota did wearing the same clothes for a week cause you any loss of social capital based on the fact that some people may find that kind of gross or was your true friends noticing the only conclusion? Cool projects though - the fakebook is a pretty eye-opening creation.Maria
I really like what you guys did with this video. Everyone else's angle seemed on the side of how to increase social capital and it was really interesting to see you attack from an opposite point. I personally like the being weird comment. (even though at ncsa the weirder you are, the more awesome you are. oh what a bubble we live in.)
People were just screaming on Sanford 3. I'm glad I didn't look to see who was terribly annoying. If I had, you are right, their social capital would have decreased because I wouldn't want to be their friend. At least until I forgot or stopped holding a stupid grudge. Cute video.
I thought the video was great but most of all I loved your work with the false facebook persona you create. I thought it was a great experiment on trust, connections, friendships; all the central elements of social capital! You guys did a great job. Thanks so much!!!!!
You video is hilarious! I find it extremely accurate but also entertaining to watch. However sometimes being weird can increase social capital, if it is in a marketable way.