Like Pinterest, But Better: The New Social Media Platform That’s About To Change The World
March 1, 2014

Via The Cultureist:

By Katherine Mayhew

What if a website harnessed the power of social media to inspire real change? That’s exactly what the creators of Ideapod, a new type of social media platform, set out to do.

Founded in 2013 by Mark Bakacs and Justin Brown, Ideapod recently launched in beta, and its reception has already been overwhelmingly positive. More than 100 influential thinkers and 150 leading partners—including the United Nations, the New York Stock Exchange, and the YMCA—are using the platform to facilitate the spread of ideas. But the platform isn’t just intended for big names and companies...

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