Storylane encourages users to go beyond posting status updates and instead dive deeper into the narrative of their life.
If you added up all the updates you’ve posted to Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and other social networks, would it tell a complete and compelling story of your life? Jonathan Gheller bets the answer to that is no.
Gheller, a serial entrepreneur who founded companies like Fashmash and Mixtent, launched a new social network in beta this week called Storylane, which encourages users to go beyond posting status updates and instead dive deeper into the narratives of their lives.
“At Storylane we are building a library of human experiences by crafting a community where people can share things that really matter,” Gheller told Mashable. It’s an ambitious goal to say the least, but after playing around on the site for a few minutes, it starts to seem a little more attainable.