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  1. This definitely doesn’t belong here, but I couldn’t find any recent blog discussing Google (ehm I wasn’t really trying). You should definitely check out Google Idol (http://www.googleidol.com/)! Shows that good social networks produce more social networks!

  2. This definitely doesn’t belong here, but I couldn’t find any recent blog discussing Google (ehm I wasn’t really trying). You should definitely check out Google Idol (http://www.googleidol.com/)! Shows that good social networks produce more social networks!

  3. This definitely doesn’t belong here, but I couldn’t find any recent blog discussing Google (ehm I wasn’t really trying). You should definitely check out Google Idol (http://www.googleidol.com/)! Shows that good social networks produce more social networks!

  4. Social Networking?

    I think folk may do better to make a few friends at a local coffee shop.

    I have been on the web since the BB days and I am afraid I have not seen a potential for that many great relationsips to be made on the web. When I went to try one of the new networking sites out to see what this was about, they wanted more personal information than a dating service. I had to pass on that. I already have too many of those friends. networking requires “pressing the flesh” rather than “pressing a button”.

    roger

  5. Social Networking?

    I think folk may do better to make a few friends at a local coffee shop.

    I have been on the web since the BB days and I am afraid I have not seen a potential for that many great relationsips to be made on the web. When I went to try one of the new networking sites out to see what this was about, they wanted more personal information than a dating service. I had to pass on that. I already have too many of those friends. networking requires “pressing the flesh” rather than “pressing a button”.

    roger

  6. Social Networking?

    I think folk may do better to make a few friends at a local coffee shop.

    I have been on the web since the BB days and I am afraid I have not seen a potential for that many great relationsips to be made on the web. When I went to try one of the new networking sites out to see what this was about, they wanted more personal information than a dating service. I had to pass on that. I already have too many of those friends. networking requires “pressing the flesh” rather than “pressing a button”.

    roger