your world of
social media is Chaos.
BLIND SPOT makes it
An interactive storytelling tool
for social media
GATHER YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA IN ONE PLACE
Cut through the noise and get a view of the social media that matters to you from channels like Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, Vimeo and Soundcloud.
In a world of billions of photos, videos, sounds and texts we help you find what you really need – and turn chaos into order.
SPEAK THE NEW CREATIVE LANGUAGE OF THE WORLD
The soul of the Internet is links. We just made them a little more interesting by giving them a graphical interface and calling them spots.
You can place spots on top of videos, photos, texts and sounds and bind it all together in creative ways. It allows you to turn existing social media into a new kind of interactive stories. We call it the Social Narrative.
FIND YOUR PEOPLE AND SHARE YOUR STORY
The nature of the Internet is both nomadic and gather oriented. People come together when they are interested in the same subject, but otherwise have their own individual path.
On BLIND SPOT your story is automatically seen by people interested in the same thing as you. It helps you find your people and turns sharing into a social experience that makes sense.
The BLIND SPOT blog
The root to the biggest problem in the media and publishing industries is the lack of a viable business model. Media are dying out there, and they don’t know what to do.
In our perspective there is a simple reason for that. They carry an industrial mindset that doesn’t apply to the world anymore. A mindset based on the truism that “content is king”.
At BLIND SPOT we support net neutrality for one simple reason. We believe in the freedom of telling the stories we want in the way we want.
We develop as human beings through the stories we tell, and to tell stories on the Internet we need access to everything. Otherwise how can we discover ourselves and evolve?
It used to be that everything was private until we decided to make it open. Now it’s the opposite. Everything is open until we choose to make it private.
On basis of that premise it seems fair to ask this simple question,
Is it okay that social platforms sell data about you to others without telling you?