The answer to your unknown questions about life and stuff.|
Why should I care?
It's the part of the human struggle to get connected; this is a website that has a dream to prosper as a utility that truly empowers people to create their own stories at authenticate places in town.
We can't save the kakapo's, but we think we can help save and strengthen neighborhood business districts and their connection with the people. Besides telling great stories, TownBit will also help show people "the light". Vibrant neighborhoods with locally owned businesses are good. Strip malls with national franchises are kind of lame. TownBit will be the light at the end of the tunnel-of-lameness.
Do you moderate the comments?
We love opinions. We hate hate. No haters. We don't like paid stooges either. No phony baloney. No spam. So yes we will moderate when needed.
What is the logo all about?
The logo represents a caret, (SHIFT 6) on a keyboard. The caret originates ( de donde es) from the latin word caret which means "it lacks". Cleverly we thought that it would work perfectly because places lack stories. Without a good story it's hard to get connected to the soul of the place unless you live directly in the neighborhood or have a dog. That's random but an important point but it will make sense later on.
What kind of stories are you looking for?
A live-Bit is something that has occurred recently within the day or past few days. Whereas a lost tale is a story from long long long ago like a billion years or something and you just want people to hear it. For example, you found your fist love when you walked into Marie Catrib's and ate her delicious pastries... after that life was just... different, in a better way.
What was the inspiration for TownBit?
Morris McGurk and Sneelock's, from Circus McGurkus (the world's greatest show on the face of the earth, or wherever you go!). If you are not a fan of Dr. Seuss, he is the kid who sees things not as they are, but what they can become.
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