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Very interesting observation about cultural attitudes towards exposure or the 'airing of dirty laundry'. Our editors of developerWorks Japan also speak about this as being an important factor in social computing dynamics in Japan, and the reason why over 80% of mixi profiles are anonymous.

Being virtual means being global, but it doesn't necessarily mean everybody's going to jump in and participate.
Thanks for the thought provoking entry

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