Updated: May 18, 2020
Each week I test something new.
For the last month or so, I’ve been playing around with Jelly.
Not the ‘crystals and hot water time to freeze’ type, but Biz Stone’s 2016 version of search.
As with all new platforms and apps, I started off with the basics:
Who is Biz Stone?
Who is Tiffanny Junee?
Not that I put myself in Biz’s global communications lead, but I was interested to see if the big boys were searched the same way as the little guys 🙂
To my surprise, they were.
The reply, inboxed to me when ready, was an information map – try Wikipedia.
I found this initially jarring. Then I danced a little jig.
Finally, a content and information search solution for this century.
Something to cut through and make sense of the tyrannasaurous-sized bytes.
I’m really excited to see how Jelly evolves...
Given that it is in closed Beta, I’ll start asking the important questions, as soon as I work out what they are…
Update: Pinterest acquired Jelly 12 months later