Microsoft Launches Social Network ‘Socl’

Microsoft Launches Social Network ‘Socl’
technology

The site allows you to create topics of interest and click into these to see a scrapbook-style layout of images and text.

Emma Hutchings
  • 6 december 2012

Social network Socl (pronounced ‘social’) has opened publicly, allowing users to find topics of interest and view them in a scrapbook-style layout of images and text. Mashable reports that the site launched in May but was only open to invited Microsoft employees and college students. Now anyone with a Microsoft or Facebook account can sign up by simply connecting their account with Socl.

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