This made me way too happy.
I'm curious but we'll see how long that takes before someone buys it and sunsets it. I'm losing faith in this kind of startup.
It's interesting to think about.
Why do folks not build products and businesses that last? Instead they sell it to a larger company...I mean I'm all for creating a rocket ship and dumping it but it's very rare to find a company that actually builds something to last.
Because it's a lot harder and it doesn't pay as much.
Makes me sad. Are there other similar sites out there? Besides Pinterest.
I like http://fancy.com/
http://www.luvocracy.com is somewhat similar but seems to target women.
Autoplay video? That's weird.
There's http://www.canopy.co for items limited to Amazon
I ask this question a lot, but why "besides Pinterest"? I'm curious to know so we know what to address.
Is there an easy way to get our exports into another system, say, Pinterest?
Exported data is cool 'n all, I just now have a bunch of exported data with no home.
Loved this product, sad to see it go.
Very very sad......I don't have any power to live on...
This was one of the first web apps I feel in love with. The concept, the design, the simplicity, the user base. Always had a special place in my heart.
Sorry for getting so sappy, haha
RIP old Svpply, long live new Svpply (if it gets funding)