Facebook might have been the first in its class to score a movie, but it won't be the last if Google Plus has anything to say about it.
When 'The Social Network,' the movie that documented Mark Zuckerberg's rise to infamy on the Internet, came out in theaters last year, it inspired dozens of parody flicks across YouTube. There was 'The Twit Network,' all about Twitter, the creatively named 'YouTube Movie," and who could forget 'The Other Social Network,' the story of Tom Anderson and MySpace.
Not to be left out of the fun, the latest social network, Google Plus, scored its own parody when the lively fans at IWearYourShirt.com turned the cameras on themselves and poked fun at the 10 million fanboys and girls who have already fallen in love with the month-old service. After all, a million likes isn't cool, but a billion plus 1's is.
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