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Oct 29, 2009


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And palpitations for some of us. :-)

This is really cool, Michael. Thank you. I think maybe the most interesting thing about it is the lack of any explanation of what it is or how to use it or even why they thought to do it.

Either way, it's quite overwhelming just how many outlets the market's created for social expression. Thanks again for pointing it out.

Michael W. Kruse

You are welcome.


Hmm. This article swears quite liberally, but it's written by an engineer for Twitter. He's trying to make sense of our need for social media apps. You might find it interesting. I found it a fresh look at how social media helps us leverage our biological need to socialize within the context of our biological limit of ~150 active connections.


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