Kadoo offers uber-social network features

New social-sharing platform, announced at DemoFall, lets people aggregate multiple data types into one place and carefully control with whom they share their information.

SAN DIEGO--Kadoo.com launched a new uber-social network at DemoFall on Monday that aggregates all types of data and files and gives the user control over with whom to share them.

The service, which offers 10 gigabytes of free storage, gives users one place to manage, share, and store digital data, contacts, photos, files, video, bookmarks, and blogs.

People can share information with people who are not members of Kadoo using a feature called "selective sharing." The service is integrated with a service for university and high school environments called Blackboard.

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