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Cobook

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Faces

Create a people directory for your community 👫

✎ Espree Devora- "Girl who Gets it Done" WeAreLATech.com
This is what I use for both the LA Tech community and the Women in Tech community. http://community.wearelatech.com and http://community.womenintech.fm
Marc Köhlbrugge- Founder of BetaList
I just launched this today and saw your question pop up so I figured I'd share it. Faces is a way to give your _existing_ community an online home. It's not mean for building a community from scratch, but it serves as a nice overview of who's who for example a meetup groups and the like. It strengthens your community by enabling members to easily find each … See more
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Maker Feed

Find and follow amazing makers on Twitter in just two clicks

Maker Feed is a tool that lets you find and follow amazing makers on Twitter in just two clicks.

Twitter
This week's idea is stupid and simple..again 😂 I find it difficult to follow fellow makers and I am always too bored to go into Lists I am subscribed to to see what new is going on there The idea is to be able to follow fellow makers in our niche on Twitter easily
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TheyMadeThat

Find the People Who Made Your Stuff and Everything Else

TheyMadeThat is an IMDB for everything; not just movies. It's also Behance/Dribbble for everyone; not just designers. We want to give people credit, help everyone discover them & see the impact of their work. TheyMadeThat can also show what people used to make stuff, who they worked with, how products evolve, and what they're made of.

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