Dialog is a community dedicated to live, spoken convos online.

๐ŸŽ™ Your Voice - connect in the most human way

๐Ÿ‘ฏโ€ Interactive Conversations - not just a broadcast

โœŠ Control - to keep conversations safe and civil

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๐Ÿ‘‹ Hi all! Iโ€™m Daniel Debow, and together with @fnthawar and @davidpardy we created the Dialog project. Today, we all complain that social media is toxic. Trolls and polarizing comments divide us. People donโ€™t listen and learn from each other. Human empathy is lost. We wanted to build something better. Something different. So, we created Dialog. Dialog is a community dedicated to live, spoken conversation online. Dialog uses your spoken voice. It's for interactive conversation. It has built-in controls to keep conversations safe. We hope Dialog can facilitate a different social experience online. Dialog is a person-by-person movement - for people who enjoy conversation and learning. Join us today!
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@fnthawar @davidpardy @ddebow Congrats. I can't think of a better team to pull something like this off. Well done!
Thanks @ricksegal ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ
This is a really interesting way to challenge some of the negative elements of social media ... using voice creates an authenticity which is on the complete opposite end of the spectrum to the anonymity social media aliases permit. Interested to see how this develops in future...
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Reminds me of Anchor's first iteration, which was more social and conversational. While it might be too early to tell, what topics or types of conversations are you seeing on the platform, @ddebow and team? UPDATE: Me and @pt hosted our first Dialog. Here's the recording.
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@rrhoover hey! It is early for sure and we really want to see what evolves - but so far weโ€™ve had conversation on politics (local and national), tons of sports commentary, hobbies (d&d to bdsm!), music (and the music industry), parenting, global travel and more. As well, a number of businesses have used Dialog to create easy and engaging ways to go deep on content in their industry. Weโ€™ve seen HR consultants, Cannabis businesses, crypto, and general startup folks create dialogs. Itโ€™s amazing to see what people will create with their voice when given a platform!
@rrhoover that was my thought and there were a lot of leanings why that's a hard model to get off the ground. Still, will be great if it works out!
@ddebow @rrhoover I was thinking this too, and kinda wonder how this is going to affect services like @anchor which have, up until now, seemed to have become the go-to place for co-hosting podcasts "made easy" -- as someone who enjoys talking (a lot), I might play around with this. I liked Anchor's first iteration a little more than what it's evolved into because I enjoyed the conversational dynamic of it (although what they are now is also cool, just a different kind of use-dynamic I think). Will be interesting to see how this ends up iterating out. ๐Ÿค”
@rrhoover @chrismessina weโ€™re gonna try hard @chrismessina ... it is hard model indeed. But the payoff for improving our internet - people actually talking to each other - is worth it.
@ddebow I don't doubt the theoretical benefits โ€” but as an early avid user of Anchor 1.0 โ€” I'm just curious what you plan to do differently, given all the learnings that Anchor put into their version 2.0, which lead them to focus on podcasting.
Love using Dialog to host our podcast. Super easy to use. Great functionality. Would love a download audio button too!
@jaxson Thanks for this! We're working on something to help you out ๐Ÿ˜„
I love this platform that @ddebow, @fnthawar, and team put together. I've hosted over 40 dialog shows already. It's a great addition to my award-winning podcast offering. Check out my dialogs here https://getdialog.am/user/48d024...
@ddebow @fnthawar @drgnmeme Thank you Edwin! We love hearing your voice on Dialog. Your Dialog's are an amazing example of complimentary content, and how to quickly share your wisdom!