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Comment by Kind on August 27, 2012 at 3:03am
Comment by Kind on August 26, 2012 at 7:18am

So far this is the best site going ,A wise and peaceful environment
Just a thought ,maybe a section for edgy ,real time stuff.
The way the world is going it may be needed.
Have a pleasant time everyone

Comment by Kind on August 15, 2012 at 6:07pm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_social_networking_websites
Blog Entry An important message from the CEO May 9, '12 12:58 AM
by Peter for everyone
Today marks an important milestone in the history of Multiply, and I wanted to share my pride and excitement with you. We announced earlier this year that our headquarters are moving from the United States to Indonesia, and today Stefan Magdalinski is helping us implement that transition by taking over as CEO of Multiply.

As you might remember if you were an early Multiply user, in 2004 our team created a vision of a new type of communication tool based around sharing your life with those who matter most to you. The first version of Multiply enabled media sharing through a social network, a single service to host blogs, photos, videos, events and more, and a social newsfeed. Over the years, each of these features have become a part of our daily lives, but at the time they were the first ever on the web, and I am very proud of our pioneering work.

As the number of users of Multiply grew, we were amazed at the number of different ways our customers used the service. Moms sharing recipes. Military personnel staying in touch with family back home. Professional photographers showcasing their work. Musicians promoting a new song. Celebrities developing a following. Teachers organizing classwork. And last but certainly not least, regular people like you and me sharing their lives with the people they care about most.

One usage in particular stood out above the rest. Customers in Southeast Asia were using Multiply as a trading platform to buy and sell goods, which was somewhat surprising since it was against our terms of service at the time! As this usage grew, two things became increasingly clear to us; not only was our company moving into e-commerce in a big way, our customer growth in Indonesia and the Philippines was outpacing the rest of the world by a large margin.

Eighteen months ago we announced an important deal with Naspers, the global media company, who would help Multiply realize a new vision of becoming the leading e-commerce company in Southeast Asia. As part of that deal, the existing management team, based in the United States, would eventually transition responsibilities to Southeast Asia. With today's announcement, the company's leadership is now where most of its customers live, as it should be. I am certain that Stefan and the rest of the executive team, which is now local in Jakarta Indonesia, will continue to guide Multiply to a very bright future.

I, and the rest of the outgoing management team, will be remaining at Multiply through the end of the year to help with the transition. After that, while I won't be an employee of Multiply, I will still be one of its biggest fans.

Please join me in congratulating Stef, and my deepest thank you for making Multiply such an amazing success!

Cheers,
Peter

Comment by LadyHawkღ on August 7, 2012 at 7:58am

Are they closing Multiply or just stripping all personality like youtube did? I haven't seen any news on this yet. I still have my account there but never went back because of the type of mail I was getting.

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