Social networking is fantastic, but it has one critical downfall. It’s not privacy. It’s not the smorgasbord of choices and the regurgitated content. It’s not even the video of the half in the bag karaoke performance of “Don’t Stop Believin'” that you and ten of your closest college buddies made the mistake of recording. No, it’s the MySpace picture. The one with the outstretched arm that eats half the screen and leads directly into a potentially pouty face and aviator sunglasses. Cameras already come with self-timers, but that means finding somewhere to set it that’s the proper height, angle and level to get a quality shot. In other words, if you’re out and about you’re basically screwed without a tripod. With Pose, the camera case turned gorillapod, you can turn bike frames, railings and otherwise lumpy surfaces into the perfect assistant. Pose just put the final nail in the MySpace coffin.