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1 Response to “The only place for social networks to go is down. Or out.”


  1. 1 Mark Sylvester December 3, 2007 at 4:49 pm

    I am hoping that this interaction between us will expand into other conversations. We have seen this technology be deployed in several very interesting situations that were not obvious when we designed the platform. This is the case in any new technology, when the founders have a great idea they find perfect customers – but then as time goes on, other customers appear with different ideas of how to apply the tools, and new use cases emerge – and the software evolves to meet the needs of the growing user base. Such is the case here at introNetworks, and to your point about evolution… each community will survive because there are vibrant interactions between members – not because of cool widgets, at the end of the day it is still about interesting conversations. Otherwise it is a dull party and everyone goes home early.


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