Skaber writes: "As Google is launching OpenSocial, a similar social networking platform to Facebook's, Capazoo released version 1.0 of their website which pays it's users for any content submitted. It will compete against other social networking and videos/photos services such as Flickr/YouTube. For the first time in social networking, Capazoo is giving money back to their users for the content submitted and a portion of the incomes also goes to charity. How come no other social networking website posted such a system before ? After all, aren't the users responsible for the quality of these sites ?"