Nirav Tolia of San Jose, California, started Nextdoor, a site he called “the intersection between social and local.” Part Facebook, part Craigslist, with a smattering of Evite, it lets users create social networks specific to their neighborhoods, then swap safety tips, troll for merchant recommendations or find homes for unwanted second-hand goods.
Nirav Tolia of San Jose, California, started Nextdoor, a site he called “the intersection between social and local.” Part Facebook, part Craigslist, with a smattering of Evite, it lets users create social networks specific to their neighborhoods, then swap safety tips, troll for merchant recommendations or find homes for unwanted second-hand goods. Dai Sugano MCT
Nirav Tolia of San Jose, California, started Nextdoor, a site he called “the intersection between social and local.” Part Facebook, part Craigslist, with a smattering of Evite, it lets users create social networks specific to their neighborhoods, then swap safety tips, troll for merchant recommendations or find homes for unwanted second-hand goods. Dai Sugano MCT

Nextdoor.com and how technology helps us be neighborly

May 06, 2016 5:52 PM