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Sylbi is a "conversation system" that is not a forum and not a blogging platform, but a combination of the two. It grew from the idea that a blog with comments and a forum only differ in their perspective of the conversation. Both provide a chronological set of postings, initiated by someone, and, (potentially) replied to by others. The main difference is the perspective they present: a blog presents the perspective of the blog owner(s), while a forum presents the perspective of the forum and a topic defined in the forum. Sylbi allows you to look at conversations either way.

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