To start with I didn't know the site's name, but a quick Google search on one of the owners revealed a LinkedIn profile. In that profile there was this word out of context - iYomu, so I just had to enter this in the browser to find the website - still protected by a password, which I was supposed to get during the meeting with the owners.
It just happen that this morning I read one of the blogs in my vast collection of RSS feeds and found that the password to create an account is iyomubeta (thanks Sandy). Go on, you know you want to try. And you will be in to win US$5,000 (hey, I am just diluting the chances to everyone else now).
The first thing that caught my attention was the tagline - Socia Networking for Grown Ups. Seriously, it just looks like placing every other social network services in the same "for teenagers basket", but I really think LinkedIn and FaceBook have their merits, and are not for young kids only, au contraire.
And why use Flash for the most interesting things? It means I can't browse my communities from my mobile device, which I can happily do on FaceBook Mobile.
I will be getting some more information next week when meeting with iYomu and will be able to post more.
I am in both LinkedIn and FaceBook, feel free to add me as a friend. And I am on Geekzone Friends as well, of course.
UPDATE: I have posted a follow up now, after the meeting with iYomy directors.
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