- first trully anti-social network that does not force you to be friends with your grandma to make her happy;
- a place where you don’t have to maintain either anonymity nor notoriety;
- a “blog platform” where you don’t have to have 1000 friends to be heard;
- not a web site you want to use because everyone else does.
Let’s face it, we all love the social networks. It’s good to have friends. Although some of them are not real, they still provide you with enough social interactions and positive strokes to keep it coming.
I liked your status — you liked mine. Oh, you said you feel sick, well I liked it anyway to make you feel better. That’s what good friends are for.
If you have something to share with the world besides your sickness and wealth you’re pretty much doomed. You can start a blog (that no one will read anyway, despite the fact that the real secret to become a popular blogger is quite simple: step one — become popular, step two — become a blogger).
Hobius is topic-centristic communication space where you can talk to thousands of complete strangers about stuff you all love. No need to make friends. No need to promote yourself or your blog. Just pick a thing and start writing.
Why is there a limit of subjects you can subscribe to/post to?
To save you from information overload, to save our hardware from overheating, and most importantly to save subjects from being garbage.
It’s the survival of the fittest at its finest: no one would subscribe to every topic, knowing that the choice is limited.
What should you post?
Post the things total strangers would care about and the stuff you’d read if it was posted by some person you don’t know (yet), it’s that simple.