CSW Enters the Age of Web 2.0 Social Networking

We've fostered a strong community on the CSW Forum , but we thought it was high-time to offer something to our valued members that will help usher in the age of Internet Social Networking Era. We recently took a baby step -- by launching our presence on Facebook. Now we are taking the next step.

This social network site is dedicated to ConsimWorld and unique in that anyone can freely create their own blog entries (our newsdesk limits "blogging" to push out official news stories only), network with other gamers, and you can create your own groups and post your own photos here as well. So we encourage you to invite friends, and create/join any groups that you would like to identify with, which you think others with like interest would enjoy as well. For example, forming a Group for your Game Club will help network gamers based on location.

This is an experimental sandbox of sorts, and we encourage everyone to sign-up up and participate in reaching out to others.

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Comment by John Kranz on February 25, 2008 at 4:26pm
Thanks for exploring, Jack. I'm hoping in short order that we will have some interesting things taking place here, to complement the CSW Forum. It will be nice to see groups form here based on location, for example...all in good time I hope. The unique thing about this destination is that it is our very own, branded social network.
Comment by Jack Beckman on February 25, 2008 at 2:17pm
Still exploring but this looks very interesting. I personally wouldn't touch Facebook with a 10 ft pole - I don't like the way they use your data, and how it's darn near impossible to leave them and erase your data. So far this looks like an interesting alternative.

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