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Will ‘flip’ flop or fly?

Conde Nast has rolled out flip, its social networking-centric site aimed at teenage girls. At the center are “flipbooks,” personalized pages for photos, music and video. The flipbooks are an original idea and are pretty good. They’re Flash-based, and the site gives users lots of tools to customize their flipbooks. Still, social network sites for teens and young adults are all over the place, so flip will have to fly fast.

(Via TechCrunch)

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