Eugene, OR (PRWEB) November 2, 2009
Ever wondered if people found past conversations interesting? Look no further. At http://www.iMeetzu.com, people can meet a stranger, have their 1-on-1 conversations published and rated, and see their rank among all the other conversationalists that use the website. The site builds off basic random 1-on-1 chatting aspects to create a conversationalist social network. Users have profiles, the ability to save their favorite conversational friends, and the ability to have anonymous chats as they please (users can choose whether or not to reveal their usernames to other chatters). At the end of each chat users are presented with the ability to privatize their conversations in case they gave out personal information.
The sheer amount of conversation content can keep anyone busy reading for hours. A reader can find everything from mischievous encounters to typical chitchat. The rating system allows for the site's users to weed out the less interesting conversations, leaving only the most juicy reads at a visitor's fingertips.
Founded by two 22-year-old college students, Aaron Mannenbach (MBA Johnson School at Cornell 2011) and Josh Marthaller (BA University of Oregon 2010), the site brings about a totally new concept of what could essentially be called open source conversationalism. The two have worked together on various web projects since their high school days, and have several successful small internet businesses under their belts.
The site has already been in existence since mid July in a more bare bones form, where users only had the ability to chat. Now it is completely transformed into an all new never seen before type of social network. To check it out, head on over to http://www.iMeetzu.com.
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