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Mike Hanbery

Jay, enjoyed this article. I'm preparing a preso on social networks and this was interesting research.

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David

Great article Jay. It reminds me of Classmates.com - they had the opportunity to be Facebook before Facebook existed but instead they decided that their main objective was to make as much money as they could from people by sending out fake emails telling you that your friends were looking for you on Classmates, and then making you pay $30 a month to find out that it was all a lie.

You can fool some people some time, but you can't fool all the people, all the time.

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