FaceSpace just passed 200 users! We’re going to beat Facebook in the next millennium!
So with so many crazy social networks popping out of every God-forsaken corner of the internet, how do you know when it’s time to join one of these new fangled social networks?
You know a social network is worth its meddle when the network can be described in a clear and concise way. If it takes paragraph, or two, OR FIVE, then you know there’s a problem.
It’s even worse if it’s described as, “It’s like that other crappy social network, but it has a feature that appeals to Linux users.”
Kill me now.
You should join it if you actually know living, breathing people on there. Social networks with only a handful strangers are sad, lonely places. And knowing people means you might actually come back and find something you like.
What does it take for you to join a new social network? Well, you know, besides a hundred dollars.