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Comment by Loserificus
about Soup.io Mar 2012

I'm addicted to Soup.io. At first I picked that site as an alternaTumblr just cuz most of my friends are on Tumblr, and sort of grown addicted to it. If you ask me, Soup is way easier than Tumblr in terms of reposting, making a group blog, reposting your content into group blogs, etc.

They've already launched a newer & spiffier version of Soup called Soup.me (with better layouts, customization & all), but it's still in 'invite-only' mode & I can't wait for it to be available to everyone :]

[Edited by Loserificus, March 18]

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