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Old 12-11-2010, 06:54 AM   #20 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by DWarrior View Post
I agree that facebook and myspace should not be combined. Worlds collide. Not good for anybody.

Also, when did Twitter become cool? It was faggoty 2 years ago, and it hasn't changed.
The whole point of Diaspora is letting you define the boundaries of your social experience. It's the anti-collision option. They're trying to remove any boundaries in defining your social experience, but it's still your definition.

The end goal is that you'd be able to interact with people who use Twitter, Myspace, Facebook, etc. without actually needing an account on any of those networks. Just like how today you can email someone on Yahoo, Hotmail, or Gmail without having an account at any of those providers.
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