Category Archives: Facebook

For Sale: PLACEBOOK.COM

Hell. At some point you have to clear out the garage. You’re never going to wear that old suit. You’re never going to fix that broken lawnmower… In honor of the impending public opening of the TripTrace beta (any day … Continue reading

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User Questions Vol. 2: Real Questions from Real Users asking Questions

We got an email today that sums up a couple questions many people were having – so I thought i’d answer them in public. Q) Very excited about the service. I was just fooling around with it and had a … Continue reading

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I Am Really Enjoying TripTrace…

This is an actual page from my TripTrace account. I’d like to point out a few things to see here. On the left page is a map of Menlo Park, where I work. You can see a blue box here … Continue reading

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Post Your Map

Most of the TripTrace site is currently focused on being a utilitarian tool for users, but enough people asked to make their main map visible such that were happy to oblige, so… Go into the Quiz and when you’re done, … Continue reading

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Facebook, PlaceBook, Teachbook, Assbook…

Every time a company gets a cease-and-desist from Facebook over using the “word plus book,” our company shows up in the requisite news article (as well it should) and we get a bajillion hits on our blog… and so I … Continue reading

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The Beta is Underway… and other post-party notes

After a not-inconsiderable effort last night, we opened our private beta and began what will be a multi-week process of widening the userbase and managing feedback and improvements. If you’re signed up for the beta already and haven’t heard from … Continue reading

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