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At 14:09 on January 11, 2008, Dave Miller said…
hi marc

Great that ou've started this - I think it could be very useful for me- I've got some ideas for projects and could be a good way of sharing ideas etc
At 14:32 on January 11, 2008, richard willis said…
so was that the 'real' marc or some autoBot chotter? one pound says 'the 'real' marc.

might i echo dave's sentiment? i might? awfully kind of you old boy. it would actually be really good to have a genuine collaborative project between near total strangers over the net, what. :)

At 16:43 on January 11, 2008, Carolina Vallejo said…
I'm sure it will be a very good experience indeed, Marc. Thanks for your trully trully admirable efforts to build a community.
At 0:01 on January 12, 2008, Andrej Tisma said…
Hi Marc, I am also glad we have a new vehical for excahange. I am new here so I first have to look around what is going on.
Well adverts, they are inevitable;-)
At 0:07 on January 12, 2008, Andrej Tisma said…
Yes the oppotrunity is great, thanks for giving it to us.
At 0:21 on January 12, 2008, Andrej Tisma said…
Yes Marc, this is an new opportunity. After our mixed show in your HTTP gallery last year, this is a new form of collaboration and not limited with gallery space, walls.
At 9:04 on January 12, 2008, Ana Valdes said…
Hi Marc! I like Ning and has been using it in several other networks. Clean interface, not so hyped as Facebook and not commercial, a good potential.
At 12:04 on January 12, 2008, Auriea said…
hello! still trying to figure this out. could be a nice place. i like your choice of yellow ;)
At 17:50 on January 12, 2008, Indira montoya said…
I love the simplicity this has for us. Still have to figure it out a little.
At 23:49 on January 12, 2008, Indira montoya said…
Yes, it's hard not to fall into the typical teenager profile that later on leaves social network participants in the void. I think what you've done so far is really good.

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