Meriad: In this future, everybody will be famous for 30 seconds

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Meriad.co is a new social networking platform that enables you to be yourself and capture any moment of your life and then share it with everyone on the web and have a lot of fun doing it. You can impress every minute of your life and share it with everyone all over the world. It's almost like Twitter except for one thing - you don't need to type anything as you just record your message on a web camera. Where Twitter restricts you to a certain amount of characters to keep your tweets and thoughts neat and concise so Meriad limits you to 30 second bites of your life where you can tell your social networking friends all about yourself if you want to. It's a fast and beautifull way to share your thoughts and enables you to be truly yourself and spread any moment of your life. You don't even need to press a single key - just express whatever you feel whenever you are ready on your web camera. Then share your great thoughts via Twitter and Facebook.
 
Meriad's aim is to be a high quality resource for people who wish to share their thoughts and life as it happens. I guess you would have to say that there is potentially a big market for an app that is half Twitter and half ChatRoulette. If there is one thing to beware of it's that your recorded thoughts are out there for all your friends and followers to see from the second you finish recording so it's not a good idea to do anything you might regret later. If you find someone that interests you you can follow them and never miss a single thing about them again. All the videos you make are visible on your profile page where you can watch, share, edit and delete anything you create if you think it's too embarrassing.

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Nikolay Mironenko has 1 articles online

Founder at Meriad.co

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This article was published on 2012/04/06