. . . Wednesday December 19, 2007

The Kidney Shot Heard Round the World

I’ve always been irritated by argument that online social networks somehow hinder offline relationships. Proponents of this viewpoint always conjure a picture of a now empty stoop on a tree-lined street. For most, I think online socializing replaces the absence of socializing. And often, friendships that start online can grow into something more.

Take for example a couple of dudes named Jim and Larry who first connected playing in a historical fantasy baseball league at Imagine Sports.

Their connection was built around the playing of an online game. But then, Jim needed a kidney.


Concentration is important!