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Social networks: Readers respond

Few topics of this newsletter hit a nerve as sharply as social networking has. In fact, I get more mail when I write on this topic than I seem to receive on all other topics combined. (Something I suppose I should keep in mind when things get a little lonely in my office.)

Last week, I wrote that social networking "eludes a business model that makes fundamental sense."

I said, "......

Full article >>> ocial networking site, because that's what you do on there). Tribe also has a future revenue model that has been proven already by Craigslist." - Scott A.

"One of the more mundane but increasingly useful aspects of social networking systems is to find people's email addresses . . . Half the requests I get on LinkedIn are from people who should know each other . . . but no longer have each......

Full article >>> l business model. It is not a free-bee model."

It's clear by all this response that we've not heard the last word on social networking. Maybe there is a real and growing business here. Or perhaps we're all taking part in a grand social experiment on an Internet scale. Perhaps only time - rather than the pundits - will tell.

Three Questions: Social Networks
The Three Qu......

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