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Mystery at Friendster

Monday, January 23, 2006

Three years ago, Friendster(R) was just a coined word for an internet service that is similar to Pic-Link. The idea is to network friends by your friends and by your friends of friends. It boomed. But I did not post this to talk about how Friendster managed all of its subcribers. There is something more. A more mysterious event that happened to me just a moment ago. You know, I am a Friendster loyalist. I know almost its every nook and cranny, at least my account. And just after opening my page, I saw a bulletin post from someone I don't know, or remembered adding to my friends list. One more mystery I encountered was that when I clicked a friend it will display a page saying that, that account does not exist!

posted by Admin, 1/23/2006 07:26:00 PM
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