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Twitter blocked Meerkat’s access to its social graph and released a significantly more polished live-streaming app of its own, Periscope, within weeks.Its creators say it encourages users to have frequent, candid conversations with their friends and family.The question Houseparty will face now that the company is ready to talk about it is that same one that dogged Meerkat: can it last?It’s an app for video chatting with friends that the company is calling a "synchronous social network" — a place to be together even when you’re apart.Built under a pseudonym for 10 months, the app for Android and i OS has been gaining traction among young people around the country — and it’s closing in on 1 million users.Some of the women offer the option of cam chats, and others give rather more detail regarding their personal lives than you might expect — they mention that they have children, say, or are in education — but on the surface, the difference is subtle to say the least.Perhaps My Girl Fund wasn't quite supposed to turn out the way things were planned back in 2008.[...] No one was getting the fact that guys wanted real interaction with girls and tools were now available to deliver that experience.Free porn was propagating like crazy and interaction was the one of the few things for which they were willing to pay.In a company Q&A last year, the site's director of business development, Stefan Patrick, said: Back in 2006, everyone was becoming aware of the power of web 2.0 advances: the social dimension.With backgrounds in transactional platforms [...] the founders were looking to build an online transactional community/social network.