Do you want an easy and flexible way to manage all your contacts?
Don't want to be treated like a college student? (unless you are one... in that case: don't want to be treated as a business executive?)
Introducing Ring, the social application to rule them all.
Ring's easy and intuitive user interface will allow you to manage and keep track of all your contacts across many different social networks.
Ring will broadcast to all your contacts your social networking status, letting you decide who will be notified what, and allowing your friends to subscribe to your old Flickr account or your new Twitter page with just one click.
Automatically generated "Action groups" will allow you to quickly invite your friends to a new service, or to find out who is already subscrbing. You will also be able to easily backup and migrate your contents from one network to another.
Thanks to its flexible and extensible API and plug-in architectures, Ring can be easily connected to your blogging platform and other types of CMS, allowing you to expose your contents only to specific groups of users.
No... Ring doesn't exist, it's just a photoshopped screengrab of Apple's Address Book. But I think it would be a good idea. It would require some development work and maybe some pressure to major social networking applications to open up their API's a little bit more.