Theme Park Hype – Social Link & News Sharing for Theme Park Fans
My new website Theme Park Hype has officially launched. If you’ve missed all of the hype that I’ve created around the project here’s a synopsis. Actually, I’m in such a silly, sleep deprived mood that I’m going to quote myself here:
… it will be a social link sharing site (known as social bookmarking) like digg or reddit. It’ll be an online community where you’ll be able to discover, share, discuss, and vote on theme park-related links.
… anything’s game, but what could set ‘Hype apart could be the non-newsy stuff as theme park fans have plenty of excellent news sites that they already frequent. To my knowledge, there’s no high quality community-driven mashup of great links where users can discuss and vote or ride their favorites.
Please excuse the laziness with copy and paste job above and my lack of posts recently. Hopefully, you’ll see what I’ve been up to when you visit the site.
Thanks to all of the people who participated in the preview period. Your feedback has made Theme Park Hype a much, much better site. It wouldn’t be what it is with out you.
Theme Park Hype has proven to be (and will likely continue to be) my most challenging project yet. There are still a few formatting tweaks and small things here and there, but after a few ridiculously long nights the site is finally ready.
Go visit Theme Park Hype, sign up, and start sharing and voting on links. You can also follow @ThemeParkHype on Twitter. That’s going to be one interesting Twitter feed as I’ll have all of the interesting and diverse links that people will be submitting going straight to Twitter soon.
What’s Your Take?
Now that it’s here, what do you think of Theme Park Hype? Leave a comment below.