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WhereBerry, the Social Network for Future Plans
Posted By Gabrielle Blue On May 17, 2011 @ 1:34 pm In Blogging and Social Media | 6 Comments
So instead of sharing what you’ve been doing or what you’re doing currently, there’s a social network that allows you post what you want or plan on doing. WhereBerry, which goes public Tuesday, was founded by former Google engineers, Nick Baum and Bill Ferrel. The pair left Google in January and started WhereBerry during Y Combinator . Here’s how it works: you log in to WhereBerry using your Facebook log-in information and your able to share your future plans of going to a concert or your desire to check out a new restaurant with friends on both sites.
“We’re giving people a single place for all these ideas that float around for people to do,” says Baum. “If you put them here, you won’t forget about them and the combination of things will make you do a lot more stuff.” Read more from The New York Times .
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