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Top list of the most down-voted items. How to avoid user confusion?
Context: web application. I have a list of items, each one with up and down arrows (a la reddit) but my list doesn't shows the most up-voted items, but the most down-voted (technically it's ordered ...
Mar 7 '11 at 1:11
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