TotSpot and at Web Inno 18

July 16, 2008 — 1:04 PM EST — by Amanda Gravel

I was gabbing a lot at Web Inno last night, so I didn’t have too much time to take video. Luckily, I did manage to capture Michael from TotSpot and the Lauren/Stephanie dynamic duo of with the Flip.

TotSpot is a scrapbook-like social site that allows parents to safely share all things “my cute kids” with friends and family. I obviously only got a really brief overview, but the site seems cute and certainly of interest to new and eternally excited parents. Thinking back to some of the choice photos from my early teen years, I’m thinking my parents would totally use this site to blackmail me… But oh, how I would get them back. Check the footage: wasn’t presenting at the event, but I’ve really enjoyed seeing Lauren Grunstein and Stephanie Gurtman, two Boston University students, take an idea and run with it over the past year. I met these two at last year’s PodCamp Boston 2 and since then they’ve launched their site and are seeing a fantastic level of participation from students across the country. The premise is that students go on this site and rate/tell all about their internship experiences at various companies across various industries. The site also serves as an advice hub for students curious about internships and career paths. Take a look:

This post can also be found on Amanda Gravel’s blog Social Honeycomb.

1 Response to “TotSpot and at Web Inno 18”

  1. 1 jackie July 18, 2008 at 5:23 pm

    Wow what a great site — it should enable kids to get a handle on internships throughout the country —
    Lauren and Stephanie look like two bright, energetic young business leaders of today.
    I wish them much success!!

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