Saturday, March 31, 2007


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Members can customize / personalize profile
play music from band / album profile
link music n video from profile
upload pictures
invite any friends to join your network
Create groups with different access levels, members can chat in public rooms or in private rooms.
Create Forums
Write Testimonials (must be a friend)
Find a date
Find an apartment
Make a new friend
Buy or sell something
Find a job
Connect with lost friends
Expose music
Connect with bands / artists
Promote venues / events
Create business relationships
Find auditions
Search engine friendly URLs

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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Social Networking Sites Open UpFacebook, Friendster, and others

Dom Tolli envisions a day when people will be able to push a few buttons on their cell phone and post a list of their favorite ringtones on their social-network profiles. As vice-president of value added services for Virgin Mobile USA, Tolli wants Virgin's 4.6 million customers to be able to do.

Thursday, March 8, 2007

Lawmakers take aim at social-networking sites

By Declan McCullagh Staff Writer, CNET Published: May 10, 2006 is facing a new threat on Capitol Hill. MySpace and other social-networking sites like and Facebook are the potential targets for a proposed federal law that would effectively require most schools and libraries to render those Web sites inaccessible to minors, an age group that includes some of the category's most ardent users.