MacVoices #14047: Justin Williams of Second Gear Discusses Glassboard, A Private Social Network App

Glassboard is a private social networking app that you might not fully understand until you identify a use case. And then it becomes essential. Justin Williams of Second Gear talks about the surprising number of uses and the changes and improvements that are planned. Not just a “conference app,” Glassboard can be put to plenty of uses when you need to communicate with a group but don’t want the information splashed all over Twitter or Facebook. Justin explains how it can be a replacement for email lists or discussion boards, why there is a free version of Glassboard, and why developers shouldn’t live in the past.

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Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up with what he’s doing on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn.

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Justin Williams is the  CEO, Founder and Crew Chief of Second Gear, developer of  Elements, the first text editor for iOS to support Dropbox syncing and Markdown editing,  Photos+  and Glassboard . You can follow him on Twitter.


Glassboard — Private Chat for Small Groups and Business – Glassboard