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The ironic thing is, I don't visit any of those sites but yours, so I thought they were real. I mean, I know Godin sports the dome and Scoble was in some controversy about blogs being dead and FriendFeed was the next big thing, but I didn't know these were jokes until the end.

Very cool.

Makes me wonder, though, if I should figure something out for my newest site. I'm interviewing people and giving them an opportunity to name a vendor who has done them right. It's an interview, though, so does it need a disclaimer? Maybe along the lines of those annoying, three language, "Please don't sue our movie studio because you don't like what someone says on this DVD and your feelings were hurt."

Hmmm...

I like that last one! Very true for everyone making a difference on the web.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us!

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