The Fridge is a platform for lightweight single serving social networks for the functionality of Facebook without being on Facebook.
The Fridge makes private conversation, media, and event sharing dead simple. The Fridge is like Tumblr for social networks. Anyone can easily create shared spaces, invite their friends and socialize/share photos, videos, music, and more.
The Fridge reinvents how groups interact online allowing users to cut through the clutter of their social graph and create lightweight targeted spaces for personal and private relationships, special interest groups or clubs, or any temporary network around events, gatherings or nights out on the town...
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