Created in HTML5, DoDyDo is a new experiment that lets you share texts, photos, videos, maps and links. In a certain sense, it could be compared with a blogging platform, but the main difference is how the actual sharing takes place. On DoDyDo, everything is shared by dragging and dropping the relevant files into the provided boxes. And people can contribute to your DoDyDo, your friends and followers can add their own media and links to your box.
So, if you want to create a box with all the musicians who have covered Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” ever since her winning streak at the Grammies then you can do it in a way that’s more personalized than having people post link to videos on the “Comments” section of a post.
And that applies to everything, really. You can create a DoDyDo where nothing but interview with your favorite entrepreneurs will go, you can have a DoDyDo where nothing but photos of your dream car will be stored… the site’s open to all kind of content. And there’s just no reason DoDyDo why you wouldn’t use a DoDyDo to share files with your coworkers and colleagues, too.
DoDyDo.com In Their Own Words
What is a DoDyDo?
DoDyDos – rocked by HTML5 – can include text, photos, YouTube v?deos, maps and links.