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Sony came out too quick and messed with all early adoptors.
The result might be distasteful to the early adoptors when thier VW becomes a weak reflection of the "meatworld".
In which case, if Digg has captured all the early adoptors, maybe it still has a chance to make a crossover to the mainstream. alexera you are right. altough they don't like to admit that it is niche media.
But then surely it means you'll need to get a few early adoptors on your side if you want to filter to the mainstream?
If adoption professionals believe in matching the race of adoptors and adoptees, then we should expect to find black couples adopting black babies and white couples adopting white babies and Asian couples adopting Asian babies, etc.
They only time we would find a transracial adoption would be when the supply of adoptees of one race exceeded the supply of adoptors of that same race.
If Reuters, Dell and NBC are setting up shop as early organizational adoptors. as are marketers
Many private adoptors will happily continue the process without a second thought as to birth father.
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In summary, marketing to whom, it would seem they are marketing to early adoptors, to get to ceritical mass where they can start pulling users with that magical optimal number of 150 friends/contacts from elsewhere.
Please take care of this otherwise you are risking all your early adoptors.
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