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Thank you, Jeffro. I had seen a post about it on Monday at GrokDotCom here http://www.grokdotcom.com/2007/07/09/google-and-yahoo-starting-social-networks/

Just thought I'd let you know that Google and Yahoo seem to be working on two new social networks which may help us converge our online presence. http://www.jeffro2pt0.com/yahoo-and-google-social-networks-round-2/ Sounds interesting at the very least.

Yeah i think so to, at the end people will just find something new to do and just like the social networking thing comes it will vanish. But i think blogs will be one the things that will stick around no matter how advanced the internet becomes.

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