It's kinda like twitter except that instead of broadcasting, it's more about having a conversation. It's starts by your visitors asking you a question.
It's a very simple site. And your profile page (where all the action happens) gives you a link to your own site (which is nofollow, but its not going to stop real people from clicking through).
Here's where you'll find me.
I found out about it from Christene.
Building a form for event registration. The form allows you to register up to 4 participants per submission. We'd like to disable the form when the event reaches capacity (300).
i stopped tweeting 'cause it was boring (to me), but this sounds like fun! i will definitely be formspringing. thanks for the info.
Thanks, darkside I'll check it out. That sounds intriguing.
Something like the functionality of formspring would be good to have in our hubpages profiles.
Occasionally I have people ask people questions in their fan mail. It would be good to be able to answer them without having to resort to using the email system.
Or... even if it had a page of its own, eg: http://hubpages.com/watercooler/darkside
I have already signed up there and the site looks pretty good!! Thank you for sharing Darkside.
Seems to be a promising site. Thank you for pointing it out - I went ahead and joined it!
i joined it when my boyfriend joined it from another site we are apart of
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