Several months ago, I heard about a web service called Rapleaf from Cameron Reilly, the host of the G’day World Podcast and the CEO of The Podcast Network. (He is one of the reasons why there is a podcast called “The Atomic Show”.)
The essence of the Rapleaf service is that it allows people to “rate” their experiences with a service or product provider. As you all know, you cannot yet buy any power from Adams Atomic Engines, but if you are reading this blog, you are investing your time and receiving a service – for better or worse. I figured that Rapleaf might just be a way to let you tell the world whether you think the service is valuable or not.
As is my usual habit, I procrastinated doing much about Rapleaf once I signed up. Life intrudes on all good intentions and somehow months just keep on passing by.
I have recently (finally) modified my blog template to display my Rapleaf score. If you would like to make a comment about me that can be found by others that might consider buying my “line”, that is the place to visit.
Thanks for reading and participating in the conversation.