If you’re interested in web 2.0, social networking, online community building, or anything related — you definitely have to check out Brad’s Thoughts on the Social Graph. The social graph is global mapping of everybody and how they’re related. The social graph infrastructure Brad is proposing is not aiming to replace facebook, myspace, or bebo, but is aiming to organize relationships across the internet and open them up for anyone to use.

Here’s the ultimate goal —

Ultimately make the social graph a community asset, utilizing the data from all the different sites, but not depending on any company or organization as “the” central graph owner.

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  • Drew, I gotta say, you’re quickly becoming one of the best social media bloggers in real estate.

  • Thanks adam.