SAN FRANCISCO, CA (PRWEB) June 6, 2007
The Mosio Project, a mobile social network enabling its members to ask any question from their phones and have it answered by real people, announced today that they will be supporting a live mobile question and answer service for Bonnaroo Festival attendees this year from June 13-18, 2007. Festival attendees can go to http://www.mosio.com/bonnaroo for more information and sign up to receive notification of when they can begin asking questions to be answered by “QnAgents”, Mosio members who have opted to answer questions.
“We have several members who are Bonnaroo veterans and big fans of some of the bands playing this year,” said Noel Chandler and Jay Sachdev, Mosio Project co-founders, “offering this free service to Bonnaroo attendees will allow them to help make the experience great for others when they can’t be there.”
Attendees who sign up can literally ask any question they want, from driving directions on the way to the festival, background information about the bands or information about things going on inside the festival itself. “QnAgents have a toolkit of links to festival information and will be able to help attendees with information happening inside or in general, such as information they’d like to know about the artists who are there,” said Chandler.
The website gives sample questions:
- Information, directions, supplies locations on your way to/from the festival.
"where is the closest hardware store off of I-24 near Manchester?"
"how many cases of beer per person are allowed?"
"where is the closest rv dumping station from the campground?"
- Schedules, set times, weather, etc.
"what time does Hot Chip play and on what stage?"
"what is the silent disco and where is it?"
"what is the weather forecast for Saturday afternoon?"
- Background info about the bands who are playing.
"how old is Lilly Allen?"
"how many brothers and sisters does Ziggy Marley have?"
"how many albums does Ween have?"
About The Mosio Project
The Mosio Project (http://www.mosio.com) is a mobile community enabling members to text any question from their phone and have it answered by real people. Using a cause-related business model, its subscription based social network benefits organizations like Engineers Without Borders and Wherever the Need, facilitating technology and engineering projects helping those in need. The Mosio Project is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
noel [at] mosioproject.com