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Blellow.com the social networking site that asks "What are you working on?"

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review by . March 04, 2009
Today Blellow.com launched. Blellow is potentially a freelancers dream. The site has a Twitter-esk platform that brings together collective knowledge in the effort of figuring out tough problems. I truly believe Blellow can make a huge impact on how freelancers work if they find the right people; people who want to share all the tricks of their trade.    I found Blellow or Blellow found me through Twitter around a month ago. Since then I have been awaiting its launch. The big …
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Blellow is a productivity microblog with a mission to encourage open collaboration and the sharing of knowledge. We offer threaded replies, groups separated by topic, jobs and projects board, meetups, as well as many other features.

Blellow is a San Antonio based bootstrapped start-up. Our mission is to encourage open collaboration and the sharing of knowledge. We base this mission on these three principles:

Knowledge is meant to be shared.

The idea that the sharing of knowledge can and will empower others to do better forms the basis for the ideology on which Blellow was built. We believe that while there are many tools for learning, our best resources are each other.

Perception and perspective will provide solutions and inspire new ideas.

We believe that when you offer a problem to a group of minds sharing knowledge, perception opens up discussion and perspective offers up solutions. In this environment, problems cease to be problems, and instead become a challenge for the group, an exercise in collaboration that asks everyone to contribute, and ultimately produces the best possible solution.

And the journey to that solution, while the goal is to answer one question, will inspire new thoughts and new questions. It is this perpetual cycle of problems, thought, solution that lays the groundwork for ingenuity, creativity, and discovery.

Organization is the key to productivity

Ideas can never reach their full potential if they cannot be heard. While we endeavor to promote the ...

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