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stumbled onto this via a request to join - this firm collects
information on people for 'networking purposes' but without any real
user/member services beyond offering email contacts that are
validated...each joining member must provide 4 unique email referrals
to enter the site as well. already at 16 million users in a matter of
months...speaks loads to the power of networks, but for what?

any thoughts on what one might realistically do with a dbase of this
nature? www.thenamesdatabase.com
-dave

David Carpe
Principal and Founder, Clew, LLC (http://www.clew.us)  - and
ResearchZilla! www.researchzilla.com
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M: 781.883.5487
Skype: dcarpe


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