As spoiled inhabitants of the digital age we have started to take accessibility to all kinds of information for granted. But while all the data you could want is just one mouse-click away, it has become increasingly hard to find the relevant information you are looking for. Dutch startup DOT.world aims to filter the online waste and enable people to find the information they want.
“Reddit meets Pinterest meets Wikipedia”
DOT.world enables communities and organisations to create their own platforms in order to help people find those needles in the digital haystack. This way it will start conversations between experts and their audiences. At first glance one may think “Yet another community platform, isn’t that very 2007?” but DOT.world assures they are doing it differently. The startup claims to offer “the best of all worlds” as they strive to combine curation in the style of Reddit with a strong visual display like Pinterest and crowdsourcing the way Wikipedia does it.