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AIM Pages

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AIM Pages: AJAXier, cleaner and nicer than Myspace but will AIM really be any competition? Would the allure or pre-population of your AIM buddies make you switch from Myspace? Heck, do you have a Myspace page?

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  1. Jim (1 comments.) says:

    Nope, nope, & nope. Really, I have no use for anything outside of my WordPress setup.

  2. Matt (13 comments.) says:

    A myspace page ? are you kidding ?!?

  3. Fonzo (12 comments.) says:

    Bah! I checked out a few of the profiles, and it reminds me a LOT of msn spaces. And I do NOT like msn spaces. As for competition to myspace; nope. I have a myspace page, hate it, but still use it because so many of my friends use it. I just do not see this (or any other social networking site) beating myspace. The only chance it (AIM) has is if myspace pulls a Friendster and gives its users incentive to leave.

  4. Nate (1 comments.) says:

    five thumbs down… what we need is a plugin that comes bundled with wordpress that connects us to WordPressSpace and we can all socially connect there ;-)!!!!

  5. Rick Beckman (4 comments.) says:

    No MySpace. No MSN Spaces. No Yahoo! 360. And no AIM Page. It’s enough that using their messengers gives a profile page to fill out, which I then feel obligated to keep up-to-date.

    And I’ve added Frappr to that list of profiles as well. So no, AIM Pages doesn’t sound too appealing to me.

  6. Jay (3 comments.) says:

    Nice. It’s doing 500 Server Error now due to the Jasper puking itself.

  7. sandy says:

    I dont like aim pages like the member directory profiles better can we still have that or is it our punishment for not having aol



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