Another site, Mokum, bills itself as a “small-scale social network,”a description that may appeal to people who find themselves disaffected with Facebook’s blue behemoth. There is, after all, something to be said for small and intimate virtual spaces. But they won’t be FriendFeed. Says Mack, the longtime user, “It was a therapeutic, supportive, enriching network of people—and it’s unlikely to ever exist again.” ‎· псы в рапиде
там на абзац выше написано "[...] went on to use FriendFeed’s open source software to create similar sites, such as and FreeFeed" ‎· мочь писать по-русски
журнолисты бля ‎· мочь писать по-русски
Видимо, фраза "small-scale social network" сбила их с толку. Неприятно вышло. ‎· олумаврос