In the end Yik Yak and Secret were great at getting users to engage intermittently, but failed to give them a reason to keep coming back consistently.
This week’s deep dive into internet history features a company whose trajectory is best described by its name: Branch!
A friend asked me recently what I would do if I ran Facebook. I didn’t think for too long before saying:
Let's go beyond “block” and “mute” buttons to harness the most powerful influence on user behavior: trust
Usenet was what the Web is missing nowadays: a genuinely public space, with unclear ownership
There’s a lack of innovation in community software. Let's dive into internet history, and get inspired!