I received an email from My Yearbook that I have been added as a friend by someone who will remain anonymous I Googled it, and all I have managed to find out is that is outgrowing My Space, and apparently was started up by some teenagers in the State, and it seems to be geared to teenagers.
The person who added me is definitely not a teenager.
So, as a newcomer to the web social sites it may be expanding at a fast rate in comparison to those sites already established with millions of members. I'm sure I will soon, my niece sends me an invitation to every social site out there. Tonight I have received another invitation to another site from someone I have not talked to in two months. Two guys I'm no longer in contact with, and two invites to two different websites as "a friend".
The true tale of growth in comparison to Facebook, etc., is when/if Yearbook reaches the same membership population. I'll stick with Facebook (which I reluctantly joined because none of my friends checked their regular email anymore) and this one of course. Mind you, the parting of ways was not nasty, just a mutual lack of interest in pursuing anything.
Once it catches up to Facebook then comparisons can be made in a more relatistic way.
I've not heard about Yearbook but, at the same time, I'm listed with enough sites for now.
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Interaction here will likely include people teens don't know personally but are in the same zip code, state, or entire U. 's terms ban images that contain "nudity (includes thongs and topless females from the back), pornography, sexually explicit, weapons, violence, or drugs." But a lot of photos and written posts are clearly sexually suggestive, even if they don't technically break the rules.There are many ways you can interpret what is meant by "outgrowing". made for some funny pic's My Yearbook is similar to Face Book and My Space but geared towards a younger audience.Being a new site (apparently) it seems a lot of people like to join in because it's something new. I know of a few people who are on it and basically its kind of a "who's more _________ than this person" you can add friends and comment on pictures but for the most part its about the "battles" that they have online Well, I haven't figured out yet exactly what My Yearbook is, and now I am wondering if perhaps when someone signs up with these sites, if perhaps they somehow allow that website to get ahold of their email contacts.) Make an inside joke A funny memory only you two will get is a cool way to highlight your bond.Plan a "date"Telling him you want to see him this summer will give him the idea that you should hang out. "A girl taped in her photo and drew hearts around it — then wrote, 'Tear this out and hang it up!Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.