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It could just be me, I'm in Galveston, but working on a large renovation project here, I noticed that noone used the internet/social media in any meaningful way.
The project had multiple cntractors working on it, lots of helpers/skilled labor, insurance adjustors/reps, and of course the homeowner.

Some of the contractors were from "out of state", I saw them on extended phone calls describing how the project was coming along, where they were at on it, etc. I couldn't help but think that a digital camera would have come in handy.

And maybe an intranet of some sort, so that we could all talk to each other, in (semi) privacy. As a carpenters helper, I wish the contractor that I worked for used social media, so that he could provide me with a positive review/testomonial of my good work ;)
 

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Your mixing web2.0 and twitter, what's up?

I went to your site and it seems that you are trying to promote something pertaining to Twitter. I know a thing or two about contractors working on the net, but can't figure out what you are specifically asking, or cloaking what you really wish to sell. There is a difference of collaborating on the net versus leaving feedback after the fact.

Brian

PS. The reason I ask this way is becuase your site doesn't have any references to this contracting industry. If wrong, please advise. Thanks.
 

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So, people have to pay to post to and from you?

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