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MC Hammer, Web 2.0 guru?

Yes. And by the sounds of things, he knows what he's talking about.

"Arone and Hammer hope these dance-specific features will entice people to treat Facebook and MySpace as 'where they live" and DanceJam as 'where they hang out.' As of now, the focus is on urban dance styles, but Hammer says their vision is to encompass the entire world of dance, 'from Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire ... to James Brown ... to MC Hammer ... to Soulja Boy,' and including 'cheerleading competitions, Broadway and ballet.'"

Circles within circles. Makes sense, as we all rely on a variety of social networks in the real world. Why should the online world be any different?

“MC Hammer, Web 2.0 guru?”