Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Kansas City Startup Works To Save Free Speech With 'Civil' Debate Software

Check this noble goal from local techies who might need their own product when explaining P/L statements to investors . . . Checkit:

Village veteran SquareOffs launches long-awaited social opinion site, tops $2M+ in funding

SquareOffs hopes its new consumer-facing destination website - showcasing interactive "microdebates" aggregated across a growing network of publishers and influencers - moves digital conversations back to civility. A fresh round of funding will help, said Jeff Rohr.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOL

Anonymous said...

Founded in 2012, SquareOffs — a veteran of the (Miserable Flop and Failure) Kansas City Startup Village

Just wanted to correct that.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Well nobody asked you to loser. Go suck a dick somewhere

Anonymous said...

Now that looks like a couple of folks who are interested in a free exchange of radical ideas if there ever was one.

Anonymous said...

Liberals.......

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- SWING STATE

Square Offs market research concluded that most online commenters participate to hear themselves ROHR!!!

Anonymous said...

moves digital conversations back to civility.



Good luck with that. Never saw a liberal who wasn't drooling and frothing at the mouth while screaming their demands.

Anonymous said...

Liberal derangement syndrome will insure all discussions will be unrealistic and childish.

Anonymous said...

Hell yeah! StartupKC represent. SquareOffs movin & shakin. And for those who call the KC Startup Village a flop, all I can say to you is ... did your parents have any children that lived?