My quote-of-the-month award goes to the DeGardner blog (slightly edited):
"As a matter of fact, I think I know more social networks than people."
This space is becoming fairly absurd. There are obviously a ton of social networks for teenagers, networks for college students, for professionals, for actors, for mommies and for their girls, networks for Hispanics, for Muslims, for hockey fans, for families, or any friends, for city dwellers, for Googlers, and even for dogs and cats!
With all these social networks it's sort of a mystery that no one has taken a stab at a social network focused on peace - A network with a sole purpose of creating cross-border connections in order to humanify both sides. It's much more difficult to throw bombs at each other when everyone is personally acquainted with 3-4 people on the other side of the border...