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The first ones that comes to mind are three sites with different purposes. Xydo is a new social site that is similar to digg, but way better. It aggregates all types of news sites/blogs and allows you to vote-up news stories and lets you 'subscribe' to your interests. Subscribe meaning that those news articles will show up in your news feed on the homepage. ...
I found TwitWipe, though I have no direct experience with it. For what it's worth, I found the same question was asked over at (yet another) Stack Exchange site, Web Applications.
InTheStar.com Will allow you to connect up your social networks and promote them in one URL. All your networks linked in to one single hub, to serve no other purpose than linking your social life together to ensure you get the attention you deserve.
According to what I can gather from the mailing list, to add a friend from another seed you need to add the seed's address, as in 'email@example.com' In the future, the goal would be to implement: Web services interface to enable seed to seed communication (federation) DHT (distributed hash table), to enable seeds to share their list of known seeds with ...
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