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  • Stop Trying To Make Proximity-Based Social Networking Happen

    Stop Trying To Make Proximity-Based Social Networking Happen

    Most people need to communicate at regular intervals — which is the driving force behind the rise and rise of mobile messaging apps. Far fewer people feel a similar imperative to regularly broadcast their location. Or tether their communications to a particular location. That’s got ‘niche use-case’ written all over it. Yet proximity social network startups are still… Read More