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Manhunt.net, a website built to facilitate online cruising among men, has acquired “a majority stake” in DList.com, a website built to facilitate online ego massaging among men. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but its location was.
I don’t ‘get’ this….
The entirety of creation was just unmade and remade before my eyes as I read this.
We are all doomed.
I always thought dlist was a clever idea, extending hook up sites to a social networking model. I would be willing to bet Manhunt wants to fold their user experience into the core product somehow, which is smart.
user experience? It is a hook up site. jesus!
Whatis D-List? Sorry I have not heard about it.
hello my friends ???
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OutRus Launched the First Phase of Its Niche Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Online Social Network Open for Teens and Adults
Out”R”us launched the first phase of its niche LGBT social network. OutRus is a social network targeted toward the LGBT Community. Out”R”us is also open to teens and is standing by its principals of not being a dating site as are most gay social network sites.
New York, NY, June 06, 2011 –(PR.com)– On May 21st 2010 Out”R”us launched the first phase of its niche LGBT social network. OutRus is a social network targeted toward the LGBT Community. Out”R”us is also open to teens and is standing by its principals of Not being a dating site as are most gay social network sites.
The site is free membership and it is loaded with features and it is just starting. Out”R”us will be unveiling a new version by the end of the summer 2011, loaded with great and interactive features.
Since it’s official launch on May 1st 2011, the site has received over 500,000 hits, not usual for a startup website with so much competition. Out”R”us is also standing by their decision of “Not” having advertising take over the site’s contents, so no pop-up ads, banners and spyware will be seen by its members.
“We have created a place where everyone can feel comfortable, making friends and openly share their life experiences or ask for advice from other Members,”
“The majority gay social network websites now that are out there, seem to be over-glorified personals with some very minor social functionality. They seem to use social network as a buzzword, versus what they actually are. When people think Social Networking, they think Facebook and MySpace. That’s what we closely resemble in comparison to. Our core focus is on bringing the LGBT community together and creating friendships and letting members share their life experience,”
OutRus LGBT Social Network is an edu-tainment social network website where Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & transgender can freely Share, Explore & Meet with other Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & transgender around the world. “I have always believed that the LGBT Community should had the opportunity to experience one another on a ‘global network,’ learned prejudices would be virtually non-existent,”
fun nd injoy life, this activity alway happy no tension no prb. happy nd always happy.
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