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29 August 2010

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Sanjay Desai

As you point out, people will start to post location data publicly if there is real value attached. We're working on a new service for creating spontaneous get-togethers--based on a "want" or interest that you might have.

On Poig, you can share what you want to do, either privately with just friends or publicly with everyone nearby. We believe this will open a whole new category of social location activity that actually provides value--by helping people figure out where to go and bringing people together in the real world.

Benet M. Marcos

Very interesting post, thanks!

Steven Willmott

Thanks Benet - will be interesting to see how things play out, but hopefully we'll keep some competition alive in the location space!

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