A lively community forum covering a wide range of topics. An interesting post will instantly create a buzz as the community is very active. It can be like having an IM conversation with hundreds of people.
Blogging & Social
Express yourself, share your life, and connect with friends online. You can use LiveJournal in different ways: as a private journal, a blog, a discussion forum, a social network, and more.
This is a hugely popular online social site where users are able to share photos and videos. Basically once you have a photo or video you can share it on other popular social websites like Facebook, Tumlr, Flickr and Twitter. Besides being able to share pics, there are features that let you edit your photos and apply filters and effects.
A community social networking website allowing users to create online profiles and interact with each other using instant chat and messaging facilities. There are some paid-for areas and services.
A social networking site with an emphasis on clubbing. Primarily covering the UK it lists events. Users can add event listings, post comments and upload photos. Has a diverse online chat community.
Users are mainly UK based 16-22 year olds. You can create a profile and blog, form a linked friend network. Other features are forums, galleries, video, live video chat, flash games and a points ranking system.
A video entertainment community and live webcam social network. The site allows users to create personal profiles, post pictures, upload videos, and chat with other users through a live webcam chat feature.
Windows Live Spaces - is Microsoft's Social Networking platform. Integrates with Windows Live Messenger, MSN Web Messenger and Hotmail Contacts. Site includes various customisation features.
Make flipbooks with your photos, movies, songs or writing. A twist on the usual social networking sites. It's free and you can join clubs, participate in forums and make friends.
Find old school friends you've lost touch with, see what they are doing now, get back in touch and organise reunions. Also find old friends from university, work and places you've lived.