If you really want to know what people think of you, the Web can help. A flurry of new sites—basically intense versions of Truth or Dare—offer constructive criticism or, in the case of the latest, just plain truth. Sites like Formspring.me allow people to ask users anonymous questions, and a new site called failin.gs goes further, prompting users to dish on exactly what is wrong with you.
The site is still in beta, but once it goes live, it promises to help you and your friends “work together to improve your personal character.” Mashable likes the fact that, unlike the input on similar sites, only friends can offer comments—so you won’t be getting derided for your bad breath by random Internet trolls.
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