"Tech Minute: Intimate social-networking sites"
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Tech Minute: Intimate social-networking sites
And advanced technology can sometimes bring social isolation will not anymore thanks to a new website called next door dot com.
Through the social networking tool -- -- your neighbors can create a private meeting space online for only people who live within a specific geographic area.
-- residents -- they can -- the group message board with questions and postings for example ask the neighbors of someone has a latter you can borrow.
Earlier the entire neighborhood of an upcoming barbecue. Or maybe even get a recommendation for the best -- veterinarian in town.
If you really wanna keep your comings and goings private download the free Smartphone app called --
Parallels -- one of the person say a loved one to exchange private messages.
These tax photos and even videos are kept on a timeline for your eyes only to see.
Additional features include sending trying to your location -- keeping track of birthdays and anniversaries.
Here is perfect for long distance relationships or for any couple where privacy is the number one concern.
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