Good to see any attempt at social not based on ads.
'"Obviously the ambition is not 50,000 or 500,000 but 50m and 500m," Wales stated.'
That and it being centralised makes it a bit of a non-starter for me.
Interested to see if they do any work around interoperability though.
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