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Thank you for adding to the list, Eric.

Significant by its absence from the list is AMPLIFY.com. It's a very engaging place for conversations.

And, another useful tool not on the list is http://curated.by

Eric Snyder
Unofficial Amplify Evangelist

@Elizabeth - the tools are just that, tools. Yet so many fall in love with them/use them because they fell hip and cool using them.

@Brian - and here's the thing, often the new stuff doesn't really replace what people are already doing, especially if they are connecting just fine there.

@Oliver - congratulations, I think this comment has more links that one of my posts. I took the liberty of cleaning it up a little (you get to submit one link to your site, not three). And, you managed to call me incompetent in my research while throwing a pitch at me. Not strange that I would have not heard of a tool, there are so many. You got your pitch already. Best.

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