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Today’s Bottom Line column:

Consumers, your social conscience deserves a day off. SocialPower.com, a website just emerging from beta, gives it to you: a platform to air out your consumer gripes and wishes, big or (mostly) small.

It reads, at times, like a parody from The Onion but it’s actually a do-it-yourself site that invites visitors to post their desire to “resolve something.” Other visitors can then click on a “Support This” tab.

“Once we see there’s a critical mass of supporters,” says Daniel Gleich, Social Power’s president and co-founder, “we can get behind the issue and reach out to that company or corporation to try to work out a resolution.”

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