I was checking out TechCrunch the other day and saw [link=http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/12/16/exclusive-ex-myspace-execs-launch-gravity-into-private-beta/]This[/link]. It details a new startup company called Gravity, created by three former high-level employees of Myspace. They're creating a product called Gravity. This is many things, as I take it, one of which is the evolution of the message board. Click the link above to get more information on Gravity. When I found this, I was very interested in it. The article states clearly: "At a high level Gravity is an evolution on forums". That intrigued me because it brought up something I hadn't really thought about; forums have not changed much over the past decade. There are different styles, many with the ability to have add-ons/applications and what-not, but they mainly remain the same as they were in the early '90's, from what I've seen. So, what do you guys think on this subject? Btw, go to [link=http://www.gravity.com]Gravity's Homepage[/link] to sign up to get a private invite.