Social networking Web sites have been growing in popularity for 10 years or so, allowing people to form online communities and social networks. So far, most social network sites have been tethered to computers. In other words, you had to use a computer with an Internet connection to access the site. At least, that's been the case up until recently. While some social networking sites have customized pages that can be used on cell phone screens, MocoSpace is a social networking site designed specifically to reach out to customers on the go.
While MocoSpace works much the same as any other popular social networking site, it's specifically designed to be used on mobile devices like cell phones. You don't need an expensive smartphone to access MocoSpace either -- it works with virtually any cell phone that can access the Internet.
Sites like MocoSpace could potentially change the way people interact and make things like status updates and friend requests ubiquitous. Everyone steps away from the computer at some point, no matter how much time he or she likes to spend playing games and updating social networking pages. But when they leave, people typically keep their cell phones with them at all times.
In this article, we'll learn who founded MocoSpace and what makes this social networking site different from all the others.