Welated, a Social App for Social Networks

Welated for iPhonesIn July, I launched Wrisen, a social app for social networks on Facebook, which has so far received great, rave review, and it’s growing faster than I’ve expected.

We’re currently working to launch a full version of the Welated site at the end of August, but the exciting news is about our new social app version of Welated for social networks and iPhone which we are also launching towards the end of August.

We will first launch the Welated app for social networks, specifically for Facebook, and then follow up with the iPhone version.

Welated is a service that alerts users instantly any time their mates cheat on them with anyone, anyplace, anywhere.

Check out Wrisen at http://www.wrisen.com and Welated at http://www.welated.com.

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Recognize Passed Loved Ones Using Social Media

On July 5th, Ken Morico posted on his K.Mog blog about using social media to recognize passed loved ones, which is very similar to what Wrisen does, and I thought it’s cool to have found his blog today. Here is what he wrote;

“When two people I know died and I witnessed the online support of friends and family that followed, I realized that social media can create a sort of digital cemetery. In real life, visiting a cemetery can be a social activity. With social media Web sites like Facebook, activities like visiting a cemetery can be mimicked.

When you create a Facebook Group, you enable family and friends to share stories, photos, and discuss the deceased person with others. With the United States being so large and people spread out in cities all over the world, it can be challenging to visit a cemetery. Like other tasks with social media, visiting a digital cemetery is very fast. Where else can you visit a cemertery 24 hours a day, seven days a week? Certainly visiting a digital cemetery isn’t scary at night.”

Read more at his blog at www.kenmorico.com. And learn more about Wrisen at http://www.wrisen.com.

Launching Wrisen, a Social App for Social Networks

wrisen logoThis coming Saturday, I am launching Wrisen (www.wrisen.com), a social app for social networks that lets you create, share, and browse profiles for all your deceased loved ones, family members, relatives, spouses, friends, acquaintances, cohorts, pets, or anyone else you adore and or admire.

Wrisen will initially be available for Facebook, and the iPhone, iPod Touch, and T-Mobile G3 versions will follow shortly.

At the same time, within the next few weeks, I am going to unveil the all new Welated (www.welated.com), a social utility that alerts you instantly any time your mate cheats on you with anyone, anywhere, anyplace.

I’m excited about these two projects, and I thank my developers around the world for working tirelessly in making these projects the best yet.

I am also looking forward to unveil the all newly redesigned Tipmart, Jetie.org and Zemuse.com towards the end of the year (2009), and that will complete my innovative properties for the moment.

Apple’s Possible Future Without Steve Jobs

I am not and have never been a fan of Apple or its products, except its stock in recent years, but I like what Steve Jobs did by turning around the company.

Prior to the introduction of its new products such as iMac, iPod, etc, Apple seemed like it was going down the hill. For instance, in December 1997, its stock hit the lowest at $3.28. Most analysts then seemed to have written it off until the settlement of Microsoft’s antitrust case, coupled by the introduction of Apple’s new products; iMac, etc.

The problem that seems to face certain companies is when one solely brands and ties the company to the Founder/CEO, and if something happens to him or her, then it may seem like the company itself may also go down. So, with Steve Jobs, it may look like without him at the realm, that Apple may not do as good, but surely, it will hopefully continue to thrive.

Steve only needs to do what Bill Gates has done, by identifying or appointing his future replacement soon, so that the market can get to know and get used to the person who may replace him some day.

Microsoft mPhone Rumors

Rumor has it that Microsoft is secretly building the next generation cell phone, mPhone, to rival Apple’s iPhone and Google’s long rumored gPhone.

It’s said that the Microsoft mPhone is being developed to work on across every network anywhere in the world. You can basically be anywhere in the world and still be able to make and receive phone calls on a local roaming basis without incurring additional fees.

It’s reported that Microsoft is much mummed about its mPhone, which is due for release in the early part of 2009. Details about the Microsoft mPhone is quiet sketchy, but rumor has it that the Microsoft mPhone will be twice better than the Apple’s iPhone in terms of physical design and functionality.

Read more about the general description of a similar proposed xPhone at http://skydeck.com/blog/thisisbroken/the-xphone, but it’s not the rumored Microsoft mPhone though.

Is it too late for Microsoft to enter the world of cell phone escapade?