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Puri said Birch bought Bebo back because he believes it's an undervalued asset.His company was already dreaming up a new social network idea when Bebo went up for sale.While there are a few former Bebo people working at the company, four non-Bebo people -- Puri, a designer and two engineers -- will dedicate their time solely to the new Bebo.The Monkey Inferno setup, which will allow the team to rely on other resources within the company if need be, also gives them creative -- and financial -- freedom. Even though making money off Bebo was its previous owners' problems, Puri said if the product is good, the dollars will eventually follow.Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.If you want to delete your account on Metacafe, an online video portal, you will notice that there is no simple ‘delete account’ link.Chump change, considering how much AOL paid Birch for it originally.
"We took what bebo is all about -- creativity, self expression, being bold, having fun.
(If you're offended by certain anatomical images, or don't enjoy sassy British humor, don't watch it.) He talks about a well-known Bebo feature called the whiteboard that the company created in hopes of drawing people away from Facebook.
It was like an MS Paint feature on your profile, on which people could leave drawings.
"And from then on, the product has to stand on its own." If it doesn't, "it will be fun trying," Birch said in his video.
Those who want to be the first to try the new Bebo can sign up here, and while you're at it, feel free send Birch one last whiteboard doodle.