Any site willing to spam is probably willing to do other dodgy things with my data, so no thank you.
Why Psyche! This fine person joined HP and two minutes later is telling us about a wonderful opportunity - how could that possibly be considered spam?
A very interesting concept. The demo video is pretty informative. A great venture for someone who is a college student and 19 years old.
At my age I am not too much into meeting people to physically get active in sports and such with, but I think the site may well blossom soon and we will hear more about it.
Agreed except part of this that intrigued me was this article from the NY Times about people not being able to find great friends after college and after having kids and even later in life. I can see this concept scaling to any genre/age.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/fashi … .html?_r=0
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