Friday, March 23, 2007

Welcome to the "Geosocial"

We'll be introducing Geosocial Networking at the CTIA Wireless 2007 Conference in Orlando, Florida next week.

Say what? OK, basically Geosocial Networking combines mapping with peer-to-peer (p2p) social networking and can operate over various networks including wireless channels - and it leverages geography as a foundation for connecting people and sharing location-based observations and experiences.

As our CTO, Nuke, says, “CarbonCloud is the world’s first IPv6 based p2p framework for sharing location content. It's the technology platform for our geosocial networking solutions. With CarbonCloud there is no server or web-site involved, the connected computers is all it takes.”

The CarbonCloud p2p framework can be used over the Internet or with local ad-hoc networks where an Internet service is not available. Computer-to-computer wireless networks connect people by providing a framework for communicating directly with friends and neighbors.

We recently released the first p2p software for Geosocial Networking. ((Echo))MyPlace is a free application available at This .NET application gives people the ability to exchange spatially located notes that contain digital photos, custom symbols and text. Leveraging the groundbreaking CarbonCloud p2p framework and mapping services by Microsoft’s Virtual Earth, Geosocial Networking provides a new twist for sharing information, knowledge and experiences.

Geosocial Networking is based on IPv6, the next generation Internet protocol.

Information about CTIA Wireless 2007 is available here

To learn more about Geosocial Networking please give us a shout at or visit

See you in FLA


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