Plus all the other sites like LinkedIn. And now Eddie Awad has create an Oracle Community site, a kind of Facebook it's okay to like.
I have signed up for Oracle Community but I'm really not sure whether I'll use it much. We've gone from almost nothing apart from OFF TOPIC threads in the forums to a plethora of sites in a few months. A man doesn't have to be Howard Rogers to feel that this is getting out of hand. There's a tremendous amount of overlap between all these sites and the purpose of each site isn't completely clear. Oracle Wiki seems to consist mainly of people redacting the documentation. Oracle Mix struck me as both over-engineered (lots of different things it could do) and under-engineered (impossible to find anything on the site); perhaps its purpose has become clearer now but I must admit the site navigation was so flawed I stopped visiting.
I will be interested to see whether Oracle Community keeps going after the initial spike of registrations and page customisation. There is an obvious need for some better form of communication between Oracle enthusiasts than adding comments to blog posts or forum threads but which doesn't require giving out personal contact details to all and sundry. Perhaps Oracle Community is the one.
Just after I signed up I read this article on The Register about Facebook fatigue. It's worth a read.