I recently posted about Zanomo, a website that allows you to get and share anonymous opinions with people you know. And in the last week, I found two more sites created on a similar basis — honesty. Eighty percent of you said you'd prefer to "leave it' when it came to Zanomo — what about these other sites?
I can't decide if this website is helpful or a little too passive-aggressive (or aggressive-aggressive) for my taste. Reader fkirkman posted about Zanomo in the Website of the Day group. Zanomo is a web service that allows you to get and share opinions with people you know without anyone having to disclose which opinion is theirs. You can send email messages anonymously to a friend or co-worker or post a poll of your own to get everyone's honest and anonymous opinion.
I'm a fan of the idea and the site, but while I appreciate the ability to be honest, the margin for hurting someone here seems pretty steep — we already know what the anonymity of the Internet can do to people. What do you think?
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