CNN › Steve Kovach
In late 2007, a social network called Juicy Campus started going viral at a handful of colleges.
But unlike Facebook, which saw a similar buzz three years earlier as a fast-spreading social network conquering one university ... MORE
Anonymous social networks are receiving a lot of attention in the last couple months from the tech blogging community, largely due to some major capital investment in startups like the Secret and Whisper apps.
In addition to a lot of PR friendly puff pieces we are seeing a number of articles that are highly critical, not only of individual ... MORE
Medium › Austin Hill
Anonymity seems to be all the rage in Silicon Valley and startups lately.
Recently Whisper raised another $30 million (supposedly ... MORE
TechCrunch › Alexia Tsotsis
VCs are publicly and privately debating the morality of investing in the burgeoning “anonymish” app space, after a series of negative posts, mainstream gossip, a MORE
With the very recent debut of a number of anonymous social networking apps and websites, a vigorous debate has begun about the perils and merits of anonymous digital venues.
Critics would have us believe that trolling, porn, and bullying are endemic to the experience, while boosters trumpet the importance of innovation, free speech, ... MORE
TechCrunch › Sarah Perez
A new mobile app called Banter wants to build an anonymous social network on mobile by carving out a niche for itself that ... MORE
EContent › Eileen Mullan
A few weeks back, a good friend sent me an article that appeared on ... MORE
USA Today › Tyler Wells Lynch
A revolution is at hand, and the consequences could fundamentally change the identity of the Internet — or, more precisely, your identity within it.
Websites and social networks are increasingly changing ... MORE
In the last few years a number of websites, similar to Anonyming, have been created that offer visitors the chance to share their thoughts and feelings online without the need to indicate their identity to others.
These ‘Anonymous Confessions’ sites, also called ‘Secret Confessions’ sites or ‘True Confessions’ sites, ... MORE
One of the most common things we do on social networking sites and apps is to start writing a post or comment, realize we’re venting and maybe being a bit too direct or rude, delete what we’ve written, and then replace it with something less likely to start an argument or hurt someone’s feelings. We may not be told how to act online, but most people adhere to ... MORE
Social networks generally thrived on face time, belonging, and legacy. We enjoy recognition for the presentation of our character, recognizing others provides a sense of community, and our profile is a lasting record of our experience.
Recently, the idea of an ‘anonymous social network’ has emerged with several projects that complicate the ... MORE