I don't want to sound all holier than thou, but I am so over social networking. It's become the lowest common denominator for internet culture. A recent episode of the American Office where Brian tries to drum up business by tacking on a social networking aspect to the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company website crystallized it for me.
Social networking is to the internet now, what reality TV was to the box ten years ago and though it admittedly has its uses (I do use Linked-in and teenagers would be lost without Bebo/facebook), I don't think I am the only one starting to feel jaded about the whole concept.
In fact, the analogy in the Office makes quite an apt comparison for HOME on the PSP. It would be a tacked on, unnecessary extra, a shallow exercise in bandwagon jumping that few people would use.
How about some online games that people play for more than one month before moving on to the next title instead? The servers for most titles are deathly silent most of the time when I try to play.
Like a tramp in the night, I'm begging for your love - Samantha Fox