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marnie webb


I think that we have to join and engage in many communities on the web -- just like we do in real life. There will be overlaps, sure, and I don't think it's just about importing one group of friends from service to service. I think it's about finding the people who are active users in your topic areas on a given service (active twitters may be different from active photographers and so on) and then engaging in them.

This isn't just about platform failure it's also about getting diversity into our communities and providing people with multiple entry points for those communities.

I think that friendfeed can be a way of aggregating your community activity but it may not be a way of aggregating your community. I'm not sure that we have that.

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