WordPress Making Its Social Networking Move?

35 thoughts on “WordPress Making Its Social Networking Move?”

  1. Not so long ago DiSO got all good press. It will be interesting to observe the developing dynamics between the insiders. To wit, read the comment posted by David Recordon in Techcrunch. But it is important to note that there are others are also putting forward solutions with the same objectives even though the powers be may not see it fit to notice.

  2. This will be great. I run wordpress on my site, and I love it. I only have a rudimentary grasp of XML, PHP, and XHTML… but you don’t really need one when people are pumping out these free themes. Plus, the functionality of wordpress is unparalleled in regards to what the installation can be modified to support. If a wordpress-backed social network takes off and gains any of the momentum that the larger social networking sites gets, maybe there will be some sort of merging between the elitist bloggers and the casual personal-type bloggers. Because there is genius in both types of blogs.

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  4. It’s kinda about time. With the popularity of MU, and the intense usability of it (not to mention stability, etc), this seems like the natural next move. Can’t say I didn’t see it coming. Took a little longer than I expected, but that’s okay. Worth the wait.

  5. I think that is a smart move social network is becoming really popular. I find myself staying on twitter for hours just chatting away. I almost bought a software program where I could start my own social site.

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  6. Not so long ago DiSO got all good press. It will be interesting to observe the developing dynamics between the insiders. To wit, read the comment posted by David Recordon in Techcrunch. But it is important to note that there are others are also putting forward solutions with the same objectives even though the powers be may not see it fit to notice.

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