“We like to use the metaphor that Path is your home inside of Facebook city, where Twitter is the news network,” said Dave Morin of his closed-loop network last year.
Path founder Dave Morin talks about creating a safe space within the Facebook ’city.’
Editor’s Pick Betable hopes to disrupt social casino games by enabling real-money online gambling in social gaming titles.
Mark Zuckerberg and his current employees aren’t the only ones making it big in Silicon Valley today. Former Facebook employees who have struck out on their own and started companies — referred to as the Facebook Mafia — have collectively raised a total of $271 million in funding since 2006, according to a report from venture capital database CB Insights.
If your friends are sick of seeing lovey-dovey status updates meant only for your significant other, it might be time to take your love to a new private social network.
[vimeo 38454546 w=640 h=360] Dave Morin and the rest of the Path team are staunchly on the native side of the mobile-web-apps-versus-native-apps debate, and in this interview, he explains why.
Wanderfly, a travel recommendation search engine, re-launched its service Wednesday with a whole new site. The company is doing away with details like hotel prices and is offering picture-heavy travel guides for cities instead.
Dave Morin circa 2010
A brief post from Arun Thampi, an iOS developer based in Singapore, has sparked an outcry among Path users. Thampi was poking around the Path API for a hackathon when he stumbled on request which sent his entire contact list including names, emails and phone numbers to Path.
“Now I don’t remember having given permission to Path to access my address book and send its contents to its servers, so I created a completely new “Path” and repeated the experiment and I got the same result – my address book was in Path’s hands,” he wrote on his blog.
Digg co-founder Kevin Rose has just launched his new discovery app Oink, which lets users tag and rate the things around them.
“Personal network” app Path has broken out of its iOS prison and is now available for Android, the company announced on its blog today.