Social Wave has been going by the formal name of Social Wave Campbell so far, but sometime soon, the Campbell part will drop out of the name and it'll just be Social Wave, but the local quality of Social Wave will not change. Social Wave will remain a Silicon Valley thing and there are no plans to expand beyond that.
A lot of new people have come onto Social Wave lately and many have asked what the expansion plans were and many were puzzled when I said that I planned to keep things within a very narrow scope of geography. As a fan of social sciences, an administrator of business information systems, and a longtime veteran of online communities dating back into the 1980's, I believe that local is the way to go.
My vision for Social Wave isn't about expanding it as much as possible. It's about becoming as integrated as possible within existing physical communities to improve community life, increase communication, support local business, and share information and resources for mutual benefit. There are about two million people in Silicon Valley. If only one or two percent of people living in Silicon Valley used Social Wave to improve their access to their fellow residents, a lot of change and a lot of good can happen. If this succeeds, it will be a truly truly unique success story.