Hello all, am working on building africa's biggest sociall networking website (like facebook) please we need your support in all ways, technical, ideas, ...etc visit www.i-fanz.com. I have some team of web developers from india who wanted to handle the job and charge us. But we dont have that kind of finances so we need partners, and investors or any kind of support to make it a sucess and make you proud that your were a part of it.
I am associated with studentforce - please see http://studentforce.ning.com/.
One of the feature of studentforce is that numerous databases and other systems (i.e. Blackboard, PeopleSoft SIS, Datatel, Banner, etc.) can be integrated with it in order for universities to gain an increased return on their IT investments. Please, make no mistake about it - this is a system that supports students; and, students are the users.
In addition, last week salesforce.com, the provider of the platform announced that fully integrated public facing and internal web sites can be built off of the platform. I'm hoping you'll take a look and join this network. Information can be found at: http://studentforce.ning.com/.
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