Why using social technology does not make Dreamboard a social network

It seems as if every startup wants to call itself a social network.  We’re even beginning to see it in the dream tracking space. Granted, we foresee a time in Dreamboard’s future when sharing dream content, either within a close circle of friends or publicly, is a feature for each Dreamboard user to choose.  So […]

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Dreamboard’s principles on privacy and control

Dreamboard is in the third week of our private beta, and we’ve had many questions from users about privacy.  Things like how we use the information they log about their dreams; if they connect to Facebook, whether the details of their dreams get published; if the trends we track are attached to specific users. Here’s […]

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