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First a bit about the product and the company: UsualWords is a venture by a Pakistani company Mindcusp.

It recently had a soft-launch and now the website is in open beta.

The tagline UsualWords uses is "Preserve, and share your life – past, present, and future life experiences with UsualWords".

So it should be clear that its not your regular social networking site. Its not aiming to challenge Facebook, rather carves its own niche among users.

UsualWords is primarily a web-based service which allows you to preserve, and share your life with your family, friends, and people from all over the world. It’s an online network where people can share their life experiences, goals, ambitions, dreams – browse through life experiences of interest, follow friends/like-minded people, and share opinion on life experiences they like.

These days there are so many new ventures that people would just rather stick to the familiars like Facebook and Twitter. So unless a venture is providing something new or revolutionary, its going to be a bust. Which brings us to the question, what does UsualWords have going for it that would make you bookmark it?

Firstly, I think that its idea is somewhat unique. We share our lives through personal websites or blogs. But its not an efficient way of keeping up with someone. Even if the website is designed and categorized well, you usually don’t have a central hub where you can track all the people you want to keep up with. Here’s where UsualWords comes in.

What UsualWords focuses is on on sharing your life experiences. You can share memories, events, goals, dreams, thoughts or something from the other categories. Their visibility can be public, to friends only or only to you.

So it could become a personal journal of sorts which has all significant events in your life, thus providing you with a timeline of your life. It maps these experiences to the dates that they happened to provide an accurate life map. You can link keywords to your updates so people know what its about and can search for it.

http://www.usualwords.com
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I dont want to make more accounts. I want gmai lor facebook integration
 
yar it have gmail and fb integration
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