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  • Yohannes Artinyan
    Yohannes Artinyan Bulgaria
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  • Sarun Sasi
    Sarun Sasi India
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  • Kris Van Herzeele
    Kris Van Herzeele Belgium
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  • Paolo Sordi
    Paolo Sordi Italy
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  • AldoFerrari.com
    AldoFerrari.com Switzerland
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  • dolcestilnuovo
    dolcestilnuovo Italy
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  • Flavio Santana
    Flavio Santana Brazil
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  • Mary Pieroszkiewicz
    Mary Pieroszkiewicz Poland
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The Dailyday social networking platform launched on May 27 to give everyone something that the Internet currently lacks — the value and significance of shared content as well as the right to be heard. The ground rule of Dailyday is that you can publish only one post a day. This feature, and the unique widget system used to add photos, videos, music, and text to impart posts with inimitable feelings and emotions, are the two distinctive elements of the platform.

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