The site is a dedicated place to let off steam without consequences so people can use a ‘nom-de-moan’ rather than their own identity if they want.
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(PRWeb UK) April 29, 2010
Social networking has been given a new twist with the launch of moanspace a website specifically for members to share gripes and grumbles.
Developed by Yorkshire-based web designers, Phil Upton and Allan Guy, the site gives members a forum to air their views and comment on other people’s moans.
Phil Upton, who came up with the idea for moanspace in a supermarket queue, says the site is for everyone: “You don’t have to be a grumpy old man to join moanspace. It’s for anyone who wants to get something off their chest – which I think covers just about everyone”.
People who sign up at http://www.moanspace.co.uk can connect and communicate through the site and, uniquely, find other people who share their frustrations through a number of ‘moan groups’ including work, shopping, technology and people. There is also a ‘Weekly Whinge’ section where members can vent their views on a topical subject – perfect for election time.
Developer, Allan Guy, explained: “The site is a dedicated place to let off steam without consequences so people can use a ‘nom-de-moan’ rather than their own identity if they want,” he said.
Moaner in Chief, Phil Upton, added: “We hope that people feel better from using this site as it gives them a safe place to unburden themselves and is also a bit of fun. I’ve already been surprised by how many people have the same grumbles as me and it’s great being able to share them,” he said.
The next step for moanspace is the development of a mobile app so that people can quickly and easily access the site wherever they are for real-time moans.
Find out more or sign-up at http://www.moanspace.co.uk
Lynne Burwell on 01748 825660 or 07974 178773