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We’d just written a big pension internet system, and I suppose we had the skills to do things.

Yet few of its users were active users (unlike then-surging Facebook's), and 2007 was when growth slowed – by March 2008, when the site responded by removing its subscription fee, active user numbers had already dramatically fallen.But at that point, from being very sceptical, seeing that [Classmates] had thousands of users, I thought we could do it a lot simpler and a lot better.Because of jobs and babies and things like that we didn’t get around to it until the spring of 2000.” JP: “It only took us a couple of weeks to create a basic system.And then it was quite sad, because she never met him – he died a few months before she tracked him down.It was also the idea of how the internet was going to change the world, and make finding people so important.” JP: “She was asking, ‘why haven't we got something where we can find people?

Yet few of its users were active users (unlike then-surging Facebook's), and 2007 was when growth slowed – by March 2008, when the site responded by removing its subscription fee, active user numbers had already dramatically fallen.But at that point, from being very sceptical, seeing that [Classmates] had thousands of users, I thought we could do it a lot simpler and a lot better.Because of jobs and babies and things like that we didn’t get around to it until the spring of 2000.” JP: “It only took us a couple of weeks to create a basic system.And then it was quite sad, because she never met him – he died a few months before she tracked him down.It was also the idea of how the internet was going to change the world, and make finding people so important.” JP: “She was asking, ‘why haven't we got something where we can find people?The first social network to impact on popular consciousness (in the UK, at least) was conceived around a kitchen table in Barnet 15 years ago.