If you're interested in keeping a public list of your aspirations in life, then check out Schemer. It even provides a quirky and fun way of connecting with others who might have similar aspirations.
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Schemer, the location- and idea-based app by Google, will be shutting down very soon. It's time to pack up your data and move on to an app that is more stable and more useful.
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It may be missing a few features that are available on the Web, but the Schemer app is still a fun, quirky download for anyone looking to publicize their life's aspirations on the Web.
It can be hard to get good recommendations of activities or places to try out; often we just see whatever's most popular. Schemer is linked to Google+ and sets you up with great, targeted recommendations.
Google has quietly released social-activity service Schemer, which is using Google , and which is currently in invitation-only beta.
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