Introducing Xanga Networks, a more private way to keep in touch with groups of friends!
A lot of people join Xanga to keep in touch with their friends at school, at church, at work… Wouldn’t it be great if there was an easy way to find and connect with each group of friends? Some people have been using blogrings to do just that, but of course that can be less than private. So we’ve created Xanga Networks, a more private/exclusive way to keep in touch.
You can create a network for your high school, college, company, organization, or military group. Best of all, *only* network members can access pages within the network. In fact, you need a special key to join
network, such as a confirmed email address from that network – for
example, firstname.lastname@example.org could be used to join the
“Some College” network (note: this is not a real school ). And if your
network isn’t listed yet, you can simply create it and be the first to
Thanks to Patrick, Xanga Networks is officially in beta
testing – please check it out, and let us know what you
Update: You can now check out the new Networks module on my site to see which networks I’ve joined!