Create a Post and Find Serendipity at Urbandipity

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Six local Seattle 20-somethings launch Urbandipity.com, a website encouraging people to explore and experience their city through finding others with mutual interests.

There's no reason why serendipity can't happen every day.

Urbandipity lets anyone quickly represent what they're about and meet people who like what they like.

There's no reason why serendipity can't happen every day.

Serendipity is simply random chance that plays in someone's favor. It's when a person bumps into somebody new who is reading the same book, enjoying their favorite wine, or listening to a band they love. 

A year ago, six Seattle friends decided that these chance encounters don't need to be so random or infrequent. They created Urbandipity, a website that allows people to find serendipity more often.

Urbandipity lets anyone quickly represent what they're about and meet people who like what they like. Simply create a post, tag interests, and spark new connections. It's free and no account or sign-up is necessary.

At Urbandipity, people have the opportunity to experience their city, when and where they want to. Encouraging people to go out and explore, while meeting new people, is Urbandipity's founding principle.

Urbandipity is launching in Seattle now. Anyone can break out of the ordinary and create a post today. All posts will go live on the official launch date, April 6th. 

Spark new connections at Urbandipity and let serendipity happen every day.

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Urbandipity was mentioned on King 5 News last Tuesday, March 22nd, as well as interviewed for an article in Queen Anne View, which details impetus behind the startup and how it works.

On Thursday, March 31st, 2011, Seattle Weekly, Wishpot, Seattle Goodwill, and Urbandipity will be hosting Spring Fling Seattle at Broadway Grill in Capitol Hill, celebrating spring and the launch of Urbandipity.

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