Those familiar with The Unsocial Network will also be familiar with the unsocial scoring card. It looks like this.

Category Rating Notes
Artistic Value
Community
Cost
Didactic Undertones
Humor
Intrigue
Irritability
Philosophical Integrity
Pretentiousness
Sophistication
Total

Many have shared that this sheet is unfair. They claim that this list doesn't make any sense and doesn't make any definite statements about my reviews. That's fine. Here, in this document, I will explain my review's score sheet and why I use it.

Artistic Value

The magnitude of art represented in the work is integral to the very foundation of it's being. The level of art represented shows how relevent the work is to the reality as we know it. Consider the following work:

This is the most important art on the planet. This art is a radio, it speaks to the gods. Notice how it take a normal scape, a night sky, and makes it completely unrecognisable from our perception of the realm, and then notice how the zone looms over an unsurreal village, deprived from otherworldly pleasures. This abstraction makes it a true art. Art is not derived from nature, it derives from us as humans. What we know as art will never truely be found in nature. It is not possible. All art is artificial.

This peice is not art. This is not even a peice of art. This is a peice of trash. This is not and never will be art. Just look at this. How did someone put pen to tablet and think This is really good it is the best I made a good decision to make this think boy aren't I the best. This person needs to leave the internet.

Community

Some will argue that this section is off topic. I can assure you this is not the case. It is important to consider those who seek out the art in order to evaluate the art. These are the people you will be associated with if you associate with these people.

Cost

I think the prices and values of the work in question are the most essential thing to rate. Why bother telling you about how it looks if it means bankruptcy. Most people don't have the kind of money to be able to contemplate that kind of money. This information needs to get out, and not in a fashion that ends in .99.

Didactic Undertones

The true meaning of the work is more important than the surface of the work. The surface is a means to an end. What does the work really mean? If there is no interior, all you are left with is surface tention.

Humor

I like jokes.

Intrigue

How interesting is the work? I'm not saying it needs a hook or a charm to get me involved, but there needs to be something to keep me involved.

Irritability

The opposing force of the previous bar. How much does it drive me away. This one is out of place, for the less of the trait leads to a greater score, which must drive people up the wall.

Philosophical Integrity

Did it make me think? Most works deserve a zero.

Pretentiousness

Did it pretend to make me think? Most works deserve a negitive ten.

Sophistication

How good is it at what it does? Let me give you an example of how good something is at how well it does.

FINAL RATING OF THE UNSOCIAL SCORE CARD

Category Rating Notes
Artistic Value 3 HTML table
Community 1 Who?
Cost 10 Free
Didactic Undertones -3 Makes no points
Humor 6 lol funny numbers that don't make sense
Intrigue 5 Just how does this guy make the numbers?
Irritability 9 Almost non-existant
Philosophical Integrity 0 Where?
Pretentiousness -10 You watch your mouth.
Sophistication 5 Not very sophisticated.
Total 26 Not everyone's perfect.

Conclusion

This has been a resource on The Unsocial Network scoring card. I hope you now know less than you did before.