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'Good' Debuts Social Site

Good Worldwide, known for its printed magazine, just launched, a social activation site that "actually looks more like a sparsely laid-out online magazine than a social network," writes Liz Gannes. Besides the social aspects -- members posting "stories and activities" and following each other -- "features [magazine-like] global news feed of all its members that is curated by its editorial team," according to Gannes. The company reportedy learned "what worked and what didn’t" after buying and then shuttering Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes' Jumo, "a a cause-driven social network that didn’t take off," writes Gannes.

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