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I now have
Movie: Enterprise 1701-A
NG: Enterprise 1701D
MOvie : Enterprise 1701-A - with added sun flares.
Enterprise: Enterprise NX-01
In terms of Enterprises which figured in actual shows and stories I think this is enough. You could argue for the B-D versions but they didnt actually feature as part of the whole story/season.
Additionally to compare the app to services like Yelp is misrepresenting of Yelp. Yelp has every profile in the publc space and its easy to see when a profile has been created without having to join yelp. Additionally Yelp is not profiling or scoring an individual; it scores companies. When did we get confused between people and corporations.
They are insistent that people are generally good; as gamergate and similar events were nothing to do with the ability of people to post comments on the internet.
I dislike the concept of being scored, reputation defined, sorted, curated and aggregated by a community marking system which is controlled by a select group.
I worked hard to get out of Klout, I insisted that Kredly do the same and I am glad peerindex made the tool available from the start. This app, its CEOs and its group are poorly thought out and will create a great deal of unwanted stress to those who want to take part in the internet without being taken apart in public.
Apps like these keep arising in our social spaces. It amazes me that the creators and developers cannot see they are contributing to the worst of our nature by encouraging their ideas.
As I have experienced it I feel an example of a Reputation and positivity app can be seen in Linkedin which appears to have done a great job o because its not trying be that app.