August 16, 2004
Second generation social networks

In Wired via Trends: Friends With Benefits:

Think of them as eBay crossed with Napster, then injected with Friendster DNA. The newest social networking services merge three powerful Web functions - auctioning, file-sharing, and friend-of-a-friend socializing - to build digital barter economies. Unlike first-gen social networks, these communities are about more than getting laid and getting paid. These "social swap nets" help like-minded members pool digital resources - music, movies, games, even hardcover books.
Not at all a bad idea. Makes the "global village" label on the Internet one step closer.

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