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Groups are very hit or miss. So many of them get clogged up with spam and self promotion. I haven't had many amazing experiences there just yet.
The biggest question will be how does Facebook respond. They obviously don't want to lose all of those conversations. It will be interesting to see where all of these communications exist in 5 years and how the major networks cater to the niche. It will happen, the question is whether or not it will be successful.
Linkedin is an obvious favorite for me. I don't love hearing everyone I went to business school with broadcast their latest work stuff on Facebook. I prefer to communicate with most of them through Linkedin. A hot new SN for sports is Fanzo.me which is pretty cool.