Yup, that's part of the plan. I think we'll likely have an area above the comments that reads "Why I voted for this". This content will be directly pulled from the individual's list, so that it's showcased in two spots.
Personally, my big thing is that I want to find new things, but I want a reason for why I should try them out. For example, when I first heard about Six Feet Under, I had no interest in watching it. But, once it was explained to me, I felt compelled to watch.
This site could very well add in all of the functionality of Yelp, but be far more broad in scope. (i.e. Use it to talk about the best restaurants in town, or what you think will be the fate of the Republican party, or anything else.)
Well, at least that's what we're hoping for!
I found my usage started to drop about six months ago. I like the site and they're doing amazing things with it. That being said, I find that I don't get engaged in is as much as I "look around". In fact, I still find old-school discussion threads to be more consistently compelling.
That's still my big hope for MakeFive. While Facebook is an amazing social network, friend management tool, platform, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera; I just want MakeFive to be a GREAT conversation.
It would be nice if people got to the office in the morning and just thought, "Hmmm, I wonder what people are talking about on MakeFive today?"
The trick then is to get people talking more here, explaining their reasons for voting on things. As that continues to happen, MakeFive gets increasingly interesting.