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A social network for your local real estate community

Housenet The online home, for your...
Review posted Sat 22 Jun '13  ·  25 comments

Housenet was named as one of Australia's top 100 most innovative products and services when the prestigious Anthill Magazine announced its awards recently. This social media application for all elements of the real estate industry features heaps of innovative ideas and tools to connect you to your local community. It earned this accolade because it applies a combination of crowdsourcing, collaboration and simple common sense to deliver all the information you need whether you are in the market to buy, sell, rent or invest in the real estate marketplace.   If Facebook is the social network for people and LinkedIn ... Read more

Search globally and locally for the best entertainment

Gablit Gablit enables people to...
Review posted Mon 25 Mar '13  ·  44 comments

Gablit is a new entertainment and recommendation, social search engine, born out of London a few years back, when three entrepreneurial types realized one night when they had lost their mobile phone, that trying to find the best entertainment available was turning into a full time job. They decided to develop this classy, informative, localized entertainment guide that encourages entertainers to promote their event and  gives the audience a place to find out everything that is going on around them or wherever they are planning on visiting.   Gablit solves a problem that people often find themselves having to deal ... Read more



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Localize your London entertainment guide

Timista The easy way to organize your...
Review posted Tue 19 Feb '13  ·  35 comments

London is a very big city and on any given week there is something like 600 concerts to choose from featuring everything from Irish folk to top 40 to the very best classical orchestras in the world. There's also around 30 different theatrical performances playing not to mention the 11000 bars and restaurants at your disposal. So if you are a visitor to the 'Big Smoke,' as it used to be known, it's almost a full time job to research where to go. You could pick up a copy of Timeout and a bunch of other mags or log on ... Read more

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WikiDo WIKI DO: Things to Do today...
Review posted Thu 20 Dec '12  ·  78 comments

I wonder how many of you know what's going on in terms of entertainment in your city tonight. You'll probably think you have a pretty good idea but it's actually fairly difficult to get a grip on the multitude of events that are happening every night in a major city unless you buy an evening newspaper, the local 'whats on' guide and then check a few local Internet sites. Wikido is a very flexible  geolocalization-based entertainment search engine that hunts down all the entertainment in your city from countless websites whether it be a concert, a rodeo or sports event. ... Read more

Make Wiki lists and share them around the world

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A shelfload of movies and tv floating in the cloud

AirShelf Set your shelf free
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