Bulletin, from Google

An app for contributing hyperlocal stories

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#1 Product of the DayJanuary 27, 2018

Bulletin, from Google is an app for contributing hyperlocal stories about your community, for your community, right from your phone. Bulletin makes it effortless to put a spotlight on inspiring stories that aren’t being told.

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 +6 reviews
  • Pros: 

    keeping people informed.

    Cons: 

    all ways someone to complain

    Century21 office who utilizes Google.

    Century21 Simpson has used this product for one year.

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Tristan Isham@tristanisham · #MakeItBettr
Holy shit, the PH app just turned my reply into my main comment so... yeah... uh... essentially I said that I was very disheartened by the consolidation of industries and nearly all aspects of our lives into big companies and that I’m saddened that the era of two kids in s garage is ending. B.R.B, looking for a cached copy to re-edit.
Duarte Martins@duarteosrm · Founder, thenoocoffee.com
@tristanisham Hopefully the blockchain will stir things up a bit, totally agree.
Tristan Isham@tristanisham · #MakeItBettr
@duarteosrm that’s my hope! Decentralization of industries is my big bet. I’m really excited to see the product of companies here and even Vice itself, though I doubt they themselves will succeed: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_...
I give it 8 months and Google will shut this down.
Karim Maassen@karimmaassen · Founder / CEO nwzer.com
As the founder of http://nwzer.com, I partially approve this development :P
Cameron Eckelberry@digitalberrybot
@karimmaassen That looks amazing!
Karim Maassen@karimmaassen · Founder / CEO nwzer.com
jake duncan ☕️@jkdncn · two-way dual-language bilingual educator
A public Nextdoor?
Simon Bromberg@shimmb · sbromberg.com
Intriguing but super restricted beta so not really relevant to 99% of the people on here… When I feel the ground shake or a loud noise I often try to find out on Twitter if there's other people who are also wondering what that was and/or if anyone has an answer. But it's not always easy to find the right information in the noise since Twitter doesn't really tie-in directly with location and there's a lot more going on. Plus it's often hard to find out what events etc are going on around you. It'd be interesting to see where this Bulletin app goes, but I wonder how they plan on retaining users enough to build a reliable network of people. I imagine they'll have something similar to the Local Guides on Google Maps, incentivizing people for posting good content.