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Friday, May 06, 2005

Fred Wilson has an interesting post on some of the hyper-local websites that are out there. I really like the design of BackFence. I think that's got a lot of potential in huge communities like DC, where, for example, the Washingtonpost.com site may just be too massive. And/or it may not lend itself to discussion. Toll road rates going up? Giant Giant food stores? Lots of interest there from the folks in the community.


Anonymous mjb said...

Alright, I think you are taking the "miscellania" theme too far. It's time you showed some focus.

Incidentally, since I am the only person posting comments, when are you going to notice I've been reading this for a couple of weeks now? You'll never grow an audience unless you cultivate it.

2:27 PM  

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