myhuddl.com

myhuddl.com

Learn to code using a fun drag and drop method using emojis to act likecode
Jul 2 '16
Hello Livio,

When we graduate from high school, then college, then leave the military, and move from job to job in our careers, we leave behind scores of colleges that may have been close friends or even just acquaintances. I have often wished that I had a way to get back in touch with many of these people, or was curious about what life has brought them, or even remember the name that matches th
Hello Livio,

When we graduate from high school, then college, then leave the military, and move from job to job in our careers, we leave behind scores of colleges that may have been close friends or even just acquaintances. I have often wished that I had a way to get back in touch with many of these people, or was curious about what life has brought them, or even remember the name that matches the image in my memory.

With this in mind, I have developed a use case for a social platform, and was intrigued to see what you have done with myhuddl.com . There may be synergy between our concepts, and I would be happy to collaborate with you to this regard. Let me know if you are interested.

Regards,
Bill Whitescarver
bill@scarvnet.com
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Livio Bolzon
Livio Bolzon July 5 2016
What you are talking about is what the world calls Facebook.com or twitter.com in some cases
William Whitescarver
William Whitescarver July 5 2016
I wish I could use facebook and twitter that way, but that is impossible. How would I contact an army buddy of mine who I knew was in the construction business to holp build my new house, if I cant remember his last name or know where he lives 20 years later, on facebook? I don't want to see posts or tweets. I want a contact platform that is specifically designed to maintain the information of people in my life, over long periods of time, so I don't forget them, and I can always reach out to them. And, I don't want to have to type in the initial information.