Facebook Carpool Application

Will a new Facebook application called Carpool allow us to bypass the rideshare board (since it seems like the new campus center might not even have one)? Check it out. It looks pretty sweet from what I can tell, equipped with googlemaps and all. According to Development Crossing:

The application is a fully integrated solution that has robust functionality. The user interface is very intuitive and well designed including Google maps integration as well. You can easily:

– See all your Facebook friends’ rides
– View rides in your network
– Search all rides
– Add ride offers or requests, for commutes or one-time trips
– Track all the rides you’ve shared, the miles you’ve traveled and your reduction in CO2 emissions

2 thoughts on “Facebook Carpool Application

  1. Anonymous

    There’s a great website called GishiGo that does a lot the “free and anonymous” social networks avoid. It helps people exchange identity using PayPal. And it creates a papertrail and bunch of other good stuff. I use it all the time. And I use the social networks like Craigslist and Kijiji and MySpace. The more people who see my GishiGo rideshare post the more likely I will have successful carpool. And it helps me build confidence. That’s the real issue. Applaud the guys who are using Facebook account to help with the confidence issue. GishiGo.com seems really good to me. There are a bunch of other websites, but this GishiGo is very powerful network design and only one that is so convenient to me. No registration. Open to anyone who isn’t fearful of exchanging their identity (basically filtering out the “need anonymous” people, which is what I want in ridesharing).http://www.GishiGo.com

  2. Anonymous

    There’s a great website called GishiGo that does a lot the “free and anonymous” social networks avoid. It helps people exchange identity using PayPal. And it creates a papertrail and bunch of other good stuff. I use it all the time. And I use the social networks like Craigslist and Kijiji and MySpace. The more people who see my GishiGo rideshare post the more likely I will have successful carpool. And it helps me build confidence. That’s the real issue. Applaud the guys who are using Facebook account to help with the confidence issue. GishiGo.com seems really good to me. There are a bunch of other websites, but this GishiGo is very powerful network design and only one that is so convenient to me. No registration. Open to anyone who isn’t fearful of exchanging their identity (basically filtering out the “need anonymous” people, which is what I want in ridesharing).

    http://www.GishiGo.com

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