cool... makes sense. then if that's the case, share away!!!! how's the weather over in fl.
i noticed on your site that you guys are fairly small, makes for a good environment when
getting work done!
how does your app compare to ryze or linkedin, regarding the underlying networking
ryze appears to be a rather simple/straight-forward list of lists/links approach, whereas
linkedin has the ability to allow msgs to only proceed between nodes if one is a 'trusted'
node within the chain....
From: Balazs Rauznitz <balazs@stripped>
Sent: Feb 2, 2005 10:44 AM
To: Bruce Douglas <bedouglas@stripped>
Cc: Dathan Pattishall <dathan@stripped>, mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: Social Networking querys
On Wed, Feb 02, 2005 at 10:19:45AM -0800, Bruce Douglas wrote:
> given that you work at friendster, aren't you kind of restricted from commenting on
> how one would go about creating/implementing this kind of system??
I thought about this too when describing my company's solution
(http://multiply.com/ just for full disclosure). Considering that
technology is just one of many keys to the success of a company, I
think techies benefit much more from sharing some experiences with
peers rather than keep everything secret and hope that the other guy
screws up. Of course as long as help is reciprocal...