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Started working on Tribyst

I came to the realization that what I did every weekend or got invited for got too predictable and repetitive, and I believe a lot of people feel this pain too.

The unique experiences market is still geared towards tourists in many parts of the world, and is often too expensive for locals.I'm hoping to change this around.

#allaboutthetribe

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    I really like this idea and can see it taking off. I feel like customer reviews on the website would really help with gaining credibility for this kind of product(chicken and egg problem I know).
    Good luck!

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      Thanks @oli_typified! You just inspired me to start building in the review system!

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    I am sure you wanted to say "I came to the realization..." and not "...retaliation" :) I suppose it could be attributed to auto-correct but wanted to let you know anyway!

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      Hehe thank you! Yup autocorrect got the better of me!

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    It's a great take on the experiences market. I use Facebook events but it's a pain...
    Since you want to fight repetitiveness, do you have some kind of "I feel lucky" functionality?

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      Interesting, I use meetup when I'm desperate, but nothing usually excites me too much. On you end, how often do you find experiences that wow you on Facebook?

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        Not much, but I only use it when I really don't know what to do/out of ideas

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