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  1. George Nimeh says:

    Hi Susan,
    While I am sure that the dating angle is interesting from the Yahoo! Personals perspective, I think, and others are indicative of a a much larger trend.
    Like eBay, Google and others, MySpace is enabling business creation around the marketplace that it has built. Steve Rubel calls it the MySpace Economy, a term I like quite a bit.
    In the auction space, iSold it, dropshop and Auctioning4u are strong examples of this.
    MySpace is also driving business growth indirectly, as is the case with Technorati. Their semi-symbiotic economic situation is both good and bad. Good, because both businesses are obviously doing very well. Bad, because as an early user of Technorati, I can tell you that it ain’t what it used to be. I was wondering what slowed down their indexing and has made their results less interesting.
    What do you think?
    My full post on it is here:
    Have a great weekend,

  2. techbee says:

    Out of curiosity: I made two trackbacks to the two posts from your blog I refered to in mine. And they never show up. Do you block trackbacks because of spams? (i know the problem, I have the same concern). I wonder if it is still woth taking the trouble to send trackbacks to blogs. It is a pity, It encouraged cross-polinization. Is there any other way?

  3. chitra says:

    well dating anyone is a good dating supporting service fro myspace..
    I bet myspace is going to buy them out soon..
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