Yo, doods! Got a question for you: What makes for a great social network?
Answer: A manageable, meaningful group of people with a set of shared experiences that helps to create an emotional bond among the network’s participants.
A good social network can’t be too small, nor can it include everyone under the sun. And while a bunch of people brush their teeth everyday, that act isn’t exactly conducive to creating an emotional bond among the people who do it.
I tell you this by way of introducing a new social network on Ning.com. It’s called:
DOODs: Dads Of Only Daughters
While plenty of guys are dads, not all have only daughters. And those of us who do share some common feelings and experiences:
- Our minds are controlled by a force 1000 times greater than the forces of gravity and nature.
- We deal — daily — with a level of irrational thought and behavior that tests our sanity.
- We wouldn’t trade what we have for anything in the world.
What about the moms of only daughters? Well, they can go create their own social network: MOODs. (Members of this group will be the MOODYs, and I’m sure there will be good moods and bad moods).
So, if you qualify, please join this new network and become a DOOD.