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July 15, 2009


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I want to bring to your attention

Emote is a concept of sharing emotions, built over microblogging; with a beautiful timeline.

emote is a microblogging service; which is a platform to -
1. broadcasting and sharing your emotions with your family, friends and to the entire world.
2. Make yourself heard, comment on news, stories and current affair.
3. Share your experiences, memories and events with your friends and family.
4. Connect with different people with similar emotional attributes as yours.
(ex: if atrocities on animals make you sad, connect with others who share the same feeling)
5. Jot-down your experiences. You usually have so many things to say - a constant stream of thoughts, comments and observations running through your head continuously.

6. A wonderful TIMELINE that arranges your messages in a chronological order date by date.
(A prominent micro-blog reviewer thinks so!)

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