October 23, 2004

Ebay Gets Closer to Blogging

Look at this... it's for the sale of 2 (3 more were added) invites to a wedding in England... since the wedding dress sale last April on Ebay, where the seller of that dress was only allowed about 5 entries, this new sale has 7 entries, and there are comments. For the record, the seller of the wedding invite doesn't want to attend because she doesn't like the bride and hasn't seen the groom since he started seeing the bride two years before. Turns out a number of other invitees saw the listing and threw in their invites for the same reason, so thats why the offer has gone up to 5 spots.

Funny stuff, but more importantly, Ebay has gone bloggy!

Posted by Mary Hodder at October 23, 2004 09:07 AM | TrackBack
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And Evite is trying to turn itself into Tribe. Social media types seem to be emulating or trying to turn into each other, and (perhaps soon officially/financially) merging.

Posted by: Nina at October 23, 2004 04:31 PM

Speaking of social networks, Amazon now identifies reviewers by whether they use their real name or not: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/browse/-/13158871/pop-up/104-1753640-8873544
Another mainstream online company wading into the trust transference and identity management area. It's, it's, it's all... so connected somehow! ;->

Posted by: Nina at October 24, 2004 06:25 PM