Los Angeles (PRWEB) February 14, 2006
- One of the hottest blogging communities on the web has taken a massive step in helping its users find kindred spirits. tBlog, a community of independent blogs with users of all ages and interests has launched its new user-friendly interface and look in addition to a revolutionary new “thought-matching” system named “tMatch™.”
tMatch uses a sophisticated algorithm to search out community blogs that match interests and thought patterns with posts that have previously been published by a user on the site. The goal of tMatch is to bring tBlog’s users together in a new way that is not based on purely visual aspects or random encounters, but instead built upon mutually shared goals, hobbies and thought patterns.
What better way to seek out possible relationships within communities?” said tBlog.com Creator and Programmer, Taylor Bayouth. “Sure we can match field A to field B. However, people aren't checkboxes, text fields and pull-down menus. We have millions of journal entries, and thousands more being generated each day. I couldn’t help but say to myself, ‘Are there consistencies here? Can I create a matching system based on people’s thinking patterns? Have my members unknowingly created the most extensive, genus rich profile of any dating site on the Internet?’ The answer is YES.”
The tMatch™ “thought matching” system is currently in use and can be found at http://www.tblog.com. In addition to the launch of tMatch, tBlog.com has experienced a full makeover in appearance and features. tBlog’s upgrades include: Inline commenting, Full HTML support, Template Browser, Style editor, Custom HTML, Flickr, Photobucket and tBlog image support and XML-RPC pings. tBlog enables users to customize their homepage, post blogs, pictures and songs on the site’s extensive network and communicate with each other on a private, group or public level.
tBlog.com is a unique community platform integrated seamlessly with a robust blogging application, threaded social network and an organic matching system. The site was founded in 2003 by developer Taylor Bayouth. http://www.tBlog.com
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