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Om wrote about the new app called Hi, but mostly talked about the designer behind it, Craig Mod, formerly of Flipboard.
It’s intended to be about something very geolocal. Om quotes Mod:

Hi is a website that lets you attach a snippet of text and a photograph to a location. We call that a _moment. Moments are grouped by location. You can then choose to return to that moment later and extend it. Write 100 or 10,000 words about the moment. That collection — moments tied to location — is a narrative mapping. But,  we hear you ask, don’t other apps already do this? Sort of, but none really to our liking.

I am awaiting my access to the app, but it seems that people are using it in a more general way, as the example above indicates. But I like the idea and the app is clean. This was the original idea of Wander, which has now pivoted to Days. 
We’ll see.

Om wrote about the new app called Hi, but mostly talked about the designer behind it, Craig Mod, formerly of Flipboard.

It’s intended to be about something very geolocal. Om quotes Mod:

Hi is a website that lets you attach a snippet of text and a photograph to a location. We call that a _moment. Moments are grouped by location. You can then choose to return to that moment later and extend it. Write 100 or 10,000 words about the moment. That collection — moments tied to location — is a narrative mappingBut,  we hear you ask, don’t other apps already do this? Sort of, but none really to our liking.

I am awaiting my access to the app, but it seems that people are using it in a more general way, as the example above indicates. But I like the idea and the app is clean. This was the original idea of Wander, which has now pivoted to Days.

We’ll see.

onwander:

No. 58 / Pablo Pintachan
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Wander is coming soon.  Request an invite →

onwander:

No. 58 / Pablo Pintachan

Wander is coming soon. Request an invite →

(Source: days-app, via mrjeremyfisher)

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arainert:

I love what Jeremy and Keenan at Wander are doing with their Wander Postcard Project.

(via arainert-deactivated20130102)