How many times has a friend, coworker or family member sent you an email with an article they think you might like? Maybe the subject line includes, “Check this out” or “This is hilarious.” Although you might be grateful that they were thinking of you, do you find that these articles are competing with specific, urgent requests for your time, and you ultimately decide to not read them at all?
Eric Wuebben and Andrew Courter noticed this problem. They knew there was useful information behind links that their connections shared, but no one had the time to read every link they received.
“We’d read an important or inspiring story and come away buzzing, but there’s no way to quickly share that feeling with others,” Wuebben said. “There’s so much amazing content online and not enough time to consume it.” Read the full story here.