If you keep track of your friendships like your finances, want to know which friends are freeloaders, check out BillMonk. Michael Arrington explains: The idea is a user who wants to report a debt owed to him or her…
If you owe me money, watch your back… 😉
What is Kweschun? Well, even Chris Nolan didn’t say, though he’s overly tired from coding, and probably from playing around with eh list. He promises to post further soon.
My thoughts are:
- the sign-up process is easy and the movement, on screen (Ruby?) is pretty
- by clicking on advanced I was able to write a good description for my Kweschun
- tags (I <3 tags)
- allows preview because once someone answers your Kweschun, there’s no more editing
- drag and drop answers (very cool)
Here’s a mash-up of the Canadian election, and there’s a nice sampling of user-createds on the site as well.
My only problem with Kweschun so far is that it’s not the prettiest font/design out there, but I guess that doesn’t really matter. Functionality seems on the mark and I’ll probably add Kweshun to my blog tools. Interesting concept for social users, and aren’t we all social…? I’m going to play with it more and probably post on it later this weekend on the Social Networking blog.
I did go ahead and post a question of my own. Click the screenshot to answer it. I chose to allow others to add their own answers, I may regret that (kinda like the Washington Post huh?). But, I’m a risk taker 😉