Microsoft is shuttering its social network Socl, and yes, Microsoft actually had a social network

Microsoft took one last, loving look at Socl—their old social network you forgot about, that's been sitting in the corner, curled up on top of an old Zune blanket—and decided it was time to accept fate, just be happy for the time they had together, and set Socl free, letting it go quietly and peacefully.

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Yes, Socl is going the way of Ello, Peach, Yo, and so many other attempts to get you to get yo

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