We have recently launched Cylive beta. I would appreciate it if the members of this forum could critique it. I have appended this message with a brief writeup about Cylive.
Cylive is a "social media publishing and management" platform. Cylive lets you PERSONALIZE your content. You can store & share; produce & publish ANY content in a social, collaborative context.
Cylive gives you “virtual estate” for managing all your digital content under “one roof.” It also gives you the freedom to mix-n-match, slice-n-dice content pretty much in ANY way. For e.g., upload an e-book (a MS-Word document) with a video introduction to the book.
Thus, you have the power to publish personalized material. You can even quickly create non-mainstream content (i.e., content other than photo, video, music, etc.) such as your "Oscar Picks," or "March Madness Brackets," etc. No programming effort is required.
Besides publicly posting content, Cylive lets you share content within a private community. For instance, you can upload video of your son’s first steps or photos of your daughter’s first birthday and share it privately with your extended family and friends only.
The Cylive application also provides elaborate functions for content (co-) creation. In your “digital home” on Cylive, you can COLLABORATE with your friends & family to jointly produce & publish content. In other words, Cylive gives you the flexibility to control who can do what and when with your content. For instance, you can assign ‘add photos’ privilege to everyone in your family, but only give ‘view photos’ right to your friends. These privileges can be specified individually for your contacts on Cylive. You can also set time restrictions for these rights.