Tuesday, September 26, 2006


Here's a bit of ego rubbing... rub, rub... rub, rub.  In my AlwaysOn column back in February 2005, I expressed how I thought Wallop should have been publicly launched to compete with MySpace and Friendster during the initial rush in 2004.  I wish Microsoft would have taken my advice sooner since it's a little late in the game, but Wallop has finally launched as a separate entity with Karl Jacob at its helm.  He's a serial entrepreneur who has built successful companies, so it will be interesting to see how Wallop grows and develops in the consumer social software space.

More from TechCrunch here, Mashable here, and CNET here.

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