Condé Nast officially launches Flip, a social network for girls.
The most content is user-generated-content (blogs, photos, music, videos, etc.), called Flipbooks, customizable with templates.
Flip […] has four content channels: My Life; Entertainment; Style; and The World. Each channel highlights user content and also has professional editorial, presumably grabbed from other Condé Nast publications.
So, what’s the difference to MySpace? The recycled content from Condé Nast’s offline publications?