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These games incorporated mechanics to help myYearbook members meet each other. In NovembermyYearbook launched Chatter, a real-time stream that incorporated media sharing and gaming to help bring members together.
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By Aprilthe site reported the Chatter feature surpassed one million posts per day. Two high school students, Dave and Catherine Cook, created myYearbook during their Spring break of History[ edit ] The myYearbook logo, which was used from to Venture Partners and First Round Capital.
They persuaded their older brother Geoff, who had founded EssayEdge and Edge from his Harvard dorm room, to invest in their project. Badges Some community members might have badges that indicate their identity or level of participation in meetke community. This change is because "Yearbook" means more about meeting friends from the past while "MeetMe" would convey the meaning of users making new friends, which is what the website is Petite Des Moines masseuse for.
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Lunch Money earned playing games was usable elsewhere on the site. The games incorporated Lunch Money, the myYearbook virtual currency.
At the launch of the site, Dave was a junior and Catherine was a sophomore; the project was initially activated at Montgomery High Schoolin suburban New Jersey where they attended.