Project Trinity – My Kind of Website

May 12, 2010 · Posted in Project Trinity 

There has been a lot of flack over Facebook and their decreasing control and increasing complexity of privacy for their users.  Several industry leaders have started a revolt and put out an open call for a new site to be created.  While I’m not in a position to build such a site (that is what the Dispora Project will do), Project Trinity is my exploration into building a robust, user focused website.

Over the coming weeks I’ll be sharing ideas about this website and the  process I’m going through in conceptualizing it. I’ll be sharing links to resources and tools that are interesting in providing value and a business model. Future posts will include:

  • User Interaction Graph
  • Privacy Concerns / Permissions
  • Content Development and Support
  • Engagement Strategy
  • Features and Functionality
  • Integrations with and Between Other Sites
  • User Experience Design
  • Revenue Sources and Models
  • Platforms, Architecture, and Performance
  • and much more

Maybe Project Trinity could be something real someday, but that isn’t the intent here.  It is to discuss the components of building a website that is full featured, engaging, social, and content focused.  In other environments I have to be diplomatic and receptive to ideas and decisions made by others.  Project Trinity is my project. It is how I would do it.   I hope you come along for the ride and participate in the discussion.

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