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The '08 election was a triumph for the likes of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr as voters chronicled their experiences in words, photos, and video The 2008 contest for the White House may go down in history as the first social media election. How else to explain the unprecedented role the Web played in this year's Presidential contest, an influence scarcely imaginable just four years ago?
In the “This App May or May Not Spawn an Anti-Facespace Vigilante Mob” category, we have the random app Fighters’ Club (replete with appropriately-placed possessive apostrophe). Basically, Fighters’ Club is Poke with an edge–it just so happens to be a hilariously antagonistic edge. In the (cleverly named) FightPoke Central, you can choose to attack your friends (for how much longer?) with any number of blood-drinking, medieval-going, off-telling, or chicken-dancing actions. The only question is, does a chicken-dance require a vengeful hamster-kidnap, or only a simple Mr. T-style?