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The Nobel prize wining economist, John Nash, stated that best results come when everyone in the group does what is best for themselves, and the group. We believe that social networks are, collectively speaking, human super computers and in them exists an enormous potential for collaborative intelligence. Shuzak strives to nurture and network the combined intellect of the individual members. A social network for geeks is an idea wherein the community is internally networked through seamless communication among like minded intellectuals rather than through friends.

This is not a MySpace for geeks. MySpace, Bebo, Friendster, Orkut, Facebook, and most other social networks are peer-to-peer, while Shuzak is intensely focused on networking peer-to-group. We believe that the usefulness of a social network perpetuates within the content created by its users to serve the needs of the entire community rather than simply serve the needs of a single individual...unlike MySpace and other social networks, that adhere to the traditional peer-to-peer models, Shuzak actively encourages community oriented interactions. To meet the demands placed by our members, Shuzak provides unique tools that let programmers, scientists and mathematicians communicate more efficiently.

A quick glance at today's Web reveals literally hundreds of existing social networks; there are social networks for teens, students, mothers, Christians, artists, musicians, bookworms, etc. Oddly enough, we did not discover a single social network for the intellectually inclined. Our foremost goal shall be to engage intellectuals to participate in the network; they will share, interact, and solve problems. As the web transitions into the year 2007, emerging social networks are going to begin narrowing their focus on specific niches rather than the crowds. Shuzak's niche circles smart people. So if you are a geek, do pay us a quick visit :)

Finally, as a visitor of this network, you are our most important critic and commentator. We value your opinion and want to know what we're doing right, what we could do better, in what areas you'd like to see us push ourselves, and any other words of wisdom you're willing to pass our way. I welcome your comments. You can email or call my home to let me know what you did or didn't like about this place-as well as what we can do to make Shuzak better.  I will carefully review your comments and share them with others who made this place possible. Good luck to you all, and welcome to Shuzak, the social network for geeks.

co-founder, Jawad Shuaib
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