(PRWEB) November 12, 2011
A new website, TribalMind.net, is in the final stages of development, and promises to provide answers to life's trickier questions by way of 'collective wisdom'. You know...the kind of questions you might struggle to ask loved ones without causing offense.
Founder, Paul Middleton believes that technological development and the advent of the Internet has distanced us from much of the inner workings of humanity and society, saying "It's so much easier to scratch the surface of a million people with Facebook, Twitter, etc, but in this squeaky-clean, pseudo-celeb world, gaining real understanding is becoming more difficult as we spend less time in the company of others, just talking and sharing, and more time alone, online. Perception is everything, and yet it's very easily manipulated in modern life".
TribalMind.net intends to strip away some of this smoke and mirrors and provide real knowledge by providing a forum to ask and answer questions anonymously. Each week, a new question will be posted and the results published, broken down by age, sex, location, star-sign, etc, etc. The identity of the respondee is not saved with their response; and the questions can't be traced to the person that asked them, so it's a completely anonymous service.
The aim is to allow people to ask the questions that have always been at the back of their mind, but which they're scared will offend or upset the people closest to them. The site was inspired by Nikki Gemmell, author of The Bride Stripped Bare, and the power she reported experiencing once she started writing anonymously.
In order to maintain subscribers' anonymity, the final launch of the website is on hold until at least 1000 subscribers are signed up.
TribalMind.net is a free service.
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