Social Networking Gets Responsible

Social Networking Gets Responsible
Alex Morrison
  • 1 august 2007

Fellow trendspotters Coolhunting published an article yesterday about certain social networking sites that have departed from the norm set by their earlier, more ostentatious cousins (i.e. MySpace & Facebook’s well-known worlds of party updates and unabashed time-wasting), and are instead concerned with the more pressing but less tantalizing prospects of social change.

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