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Social media blows my mind. Not because like you I spend most of my “hobby” time playing with it, but it is proving to be such a profitable biz for those who do it right, whether genius or just plain lucky. Flabbergasted and jealous and in awe I am…as I post this to tumblr, which auto-posts to Twitter and probably ends up on my Facebook wall. I can’t really remember because I’m lost in all this amazing and refreshing fun. Now if only I could come up with a brilliant idea, partner with coder friends I don’t have and build a massively successful business with VC money I’m not sure where to ask for, my hobby time could turn into something Zynga would buy for $210MM. Or I can keep typing this and just enjoy this diatribe experience. I guess I will stick with what I know. 

CL

Social media blows my mind. Not because like you I spend most of my “hobby” time playing with it, but it is proving to be such a profitable biz for those who do it right, whether genius or just plain lucky. Flabbergasted and jealous and in awe I am…as I post this to tumblr, which auto-posts to Twitter and probably ends up on my Facebook wall. I can’t really remember because I’m lost in all this amazing and refreshing fun. Now if only I could come up with a brilliant idea, partner with coder friends I don’t have and build a massively successful business with VC money I’m not sure where to ask for, my hobby time could turn into something Zynga would buy for $210MM. Or I can keep typing this and just enjoy this diatribe experience. I guess I will stick with what I know.

CL

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This stat surprises me based on the skewed percentage of women who play casual games online e.g. Farmville. Women also are more likely to pay to play. Facebook and Zynga are very pleased to hear that the “stay-at-home” mom loves to spend the lunch money on Facebook Credits.   

This stat surprises me based on the skewed percentage of women who play casual games online e.g. Farmville. Women also are more likely to pay to play. Facebook and Zynga are very pleased to hear that the “stay-at-home” mom loves to spend the lunch money on Facebook Credits.   

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