LOS ANGELES and HOUSTON — September 23, 2005 — Buzznet Inc., developers of the leading social network Buzznet.com, today announced it has teamed up with the Houston Chronicle to offer a site, http://chron.buzznet.com, where visitors in the Houston area, as well as across the world, can share their own personal tales and images surrounding their experiences with Hurricane Rita.
As it did with the Mississippi's Sun-Herald (http://sunherald.buzznet.com) for Hurricane Katrina, Buzznet offers a place where anyone with a digital camera or camera phone can instantly communicate with family and strangers alike. People can send messages to loved ones about their whereabouts, show images from their neighborhood before and after the storm and even share a personal perspective of the experience in words and pictures that can't be covered by traditional media.
Citizens can post a photo and/or comment to the Buzznet Hurricane Rita gallery by visiting the site or simply emailing the message and photo from their computer or phone to [email protected].
About Buzznet Inc.
Los Angeles-based Buzznet Inc. creates and maintains Buzznet.com, a vibrant web and mobile social network. Buzznet also develops the Buzznet Photocommunication platform -- the first software of its kind. Closely held Buzznet Inc. was founded in 2003 by Marc Brown and Anthony Batt, who are experts in software development, design and management of major content distribution networks. For more information, visit Buzznet, Inc. online at buzznet-inc.com.
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