Please Welcome EventfulTalk.com!

Eventful.com Disclaimer:I am employed by Eventful.com, however this project is in no way sanctioned by Eventful.com. For that matter, nothing I mention on this blog is sanctioned by Eventful.com. It’s personal. Get it?

So, having said the disclaimer above, I am still desire some things to happen around Eventful. I really want to see more people’s thoughts on the service and what can be done to improve – as if we didn’t have enough things to do during the day.

What startup isn’t stacked to the brim with things to do? (If you know of one, run away.) We have a list a mile long of cool things we are planning on implementing. But, sometimes we get into this nice comfy bubble saying things like “People want [x]”. Well, maybe people do, maybe they don’t. Maybe they hate [x] with a passion and wish it were never invented. Who knows? Well, the people do.

Hence the introduction of Eventful Talk (eventfultalk.com). Eventful Talk is not a project by the company. It is a side-project created by me. I want to help the company, of course. But, I also don’t want to see the free speech about the company get drowned out as we get larger – not that it will happen, but that I’m afraid that it happens in almost every company. This is my attempt to make Eventful a great place to work, and a great website to use.

It can only happen with your participation. Whether you use Eventful or not, I am interested in your thoughts on it. Please, tell me what you think about Eventful.com so that the company can make it better!

[tags]eventful, events, demand, performers, work, community[/tags]

Nate Ritter lives in the Pacific Northwest (U.S.), popularized the #hashtag and creates web applications for a living. He also does miles and point hacking to enable cheap travel for his family. More here →

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