Which points out the issues and the opportunity with something like SwitchABit. A "bit router" is a very cool concept but to make it really useful, the team will need to understand a lot about why people put their digital content in various places. For example, I don't really want all of my twitter posts going to Facebook, my blog's twitter badge, and Tumblr. But I'd like some of them to go there. I don't want all my photos I send to twitter to go to Flickr, but I want some of them to go there. I don't want all my tumblr posts to go to this blog, but I'd love some of them to go there.
Users simply add their address, city and/ or zip code to the Vision 20/20 site, and then the locations of sex offenders in the immediate vicinity are displayed over a map.
Project Agape is a venture backed start-up based in Berkeley, CA.
We've worked in both technology and politics, building successful consumer Internet services and organizing major political campaigns.
We're applying these diverse experiences to deploy a platform for large-scale political and social activism on the Internet, allowing anyone with passion and initiative to make a difference.