If not, I definitely think it or something like it should be created..
First of all, I would do away with the usual "web page" like facebook and others have. Those are really getting boring.
When you logged in you would see something like a bubble in the middle of your browser. Only a bubble. That bubble would be you.
A person could click on the bubble and it would expand about 3 x 4 inches to show a little more about you, a little larger pic, some interests, location..etc.
If one wanted to know more there would be a link in the area leading to your main profile page.
Now here's the thing, everyone who signs up answers a very smart and detailed list of interests, hobbies, favorites..etc
Something sort of like what eHarmony does.
The goal is to create seriously close matches.
Here's the cool part - when you log on you see your bubble in the middle, then you see other bubbles, some are inching their way TO you while others are inching their way AWAY from you.
Those bubbles immediately around your bubble are people who match you and your interests perfectly. They are even close to you, same town or nearby towns.
In the background the system is always working to bring those people who match you closer and closer to your spot in the middle of the page. As more people sign up some bubbles will move away from you while others come closer.
The further away the bubbles are the less compatible you are.
Something like this, to me, seems far more valuable than having 5000 friends, which is completely impossible. You will never have 5000 friends.
5000 FANS maybe, not friends.
You can't communicate with 5000 people except in one direction. You to them. Which makes them fans, not friends.
Something like what I described would allow you to discover people close to you that you could connect with. People who like and feel about things the same way you do. It would be easy to form local clubs using something like this.
It just seems to me something like this would be far more interesting than FaceBook, which I rarely log in to.
So does anything like this exist?