Social networking gurus who like to take advantage of both Facebook and Hot Potato will soon enjoy a tight integration between the two services. According to a recent InformationWeek report, Facebook has acquired Hot Potato, the location-based social event service that is a mere 20 months old.
In other Facebook news, it seems that North Korea has joined the social networking phenomenon. An account that opened yesterday on the social networking site under the user name “Uriminzokkiri” appears to belong to North Korea (“uriminzokkiri” means “on our own as a nation” in Korean). The site bears a 1950s-style propaganda poster featuring a drawing of a dubiously youthful Kim Jong-il standing before a picturesque mountain range and the words “North Korea is Best Korea.”
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