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Title: KartMe  
Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Language: English
Subject: List of social software, Social cataloging application
Publisher: World Heritage Encyclopedia


Web address Slogan Organize and Share your Favorites
Type of site Social cataloging, social networking
Registration Optional
Available language(s) English
Created by Phil Michaelson
Launched September 1, 2009
Current status Active

KartMe is a social networking website and mobile application that specializes in social cataloging. Members organize and share favorite links, products and places in lists called "Karts". The mobile application was an Apple "Staff Pick".[1] The full service has been called a beauty lifesaver,[2] a step beyond bookmarking[3] and useful for home design projects.[4]

KartMe was started by Phil Michaelson with a Rock and Lebor Fellowship from Harvard Business School.[5]


External links

  • KartMe Official Site
  • KartMe Recipe Site
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