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Online Social Networks Create Communities

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Meetup.com and Friendster.com are two of the fastest-growing online social services. By relying on users to recruit other members, the web sites have transformed the political and social scene for millions of Americans. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Meetup.com Communications Director Myles Weissleder and Friendster.com founder Jonathan Abrams.

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