Tuesday, October 05, 2010


Something BIG is coming from Experience Project-- and it's called BroadCause. BroadCause lets us help promote awareness and build steam behind great causes all over the world. Working with our partners, we can harness our communities on Experience Project, Twitter (@twitcause), and across our Facebook applications to promote meaningful cause campaigns, and help these organizations help others. BroadCause launches with our partner, Dreyers, on October 6th, 2010, helping raise Pediatric Cancer Awareness. Please join us in this great effort!

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Music Search

Experience Project's Music Search has been a fun and powerful addition to the site for a long time, hidden in the underbelly of the property. Our music search engine works differently than others you may have seen, allowing you to match moods and experiences to music. For example, if you want to know what song to listen to to get you through a relationship problem or remind you of growing up, according to millions of other Experience Project users.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Experience Project in Portuguese

Keep on keeping on, taking Experience Project to the world! Please welcome Experience Project in Portuguese! More languages to come soon...

Friday, July 16, 2010

Experience Project in Chinese

Continuing our international releases, we're proud to release Experience Project in Chinese (Simplified). Experiences are universal, and we have many requests to address the Asian languages. For our first foray into this region, check out Experience Project 中文!

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Experience Project en Español

Introducing, Experience Project Español! EP is a universal place where people can share all of their experiences-- and experiences are not bound by language. We're happy to announce our first (very ALPHA!) release of EP Spanish, and we've built it in such a way that we can easily add additional languages. Enjoy, or (cheesiness alert), disfruta!

Friday, June 04, 2010

Real Dictionary Comes Through

The derogatory term, Raghead, is all over the news today.

South Carolina state Senator Jake Knotts used the ethnic slur Raghead to refer to Rep. Nikki Haley, whose parents immigrated from India. "We've got a raghead in Washington, we don't need a raghead in the Statehouse," Knotts said on an Internet political talk show. He later apologized, saying the remarks were meant as a joke.

What does it Mean? EP's Real Dictionary comes to the rescue-- "Raghead is a derogatory term for a middle eastern or indian individual. the rag refers to the traditional head dresses, such as turbans, worn by some in those ethnic groups"!

Friday, May 28, 2010

Remembering Gary Coleman

RIP Gary Coleman. What's your favorite Gary Coleman memory? Our little buddy growing up from Diff'rent Strokes has passed on, sadly... but he was a big part of many of our childhoods and will likely / hopefully be remembered fondly.

Hayley Williams, Paramore and the Real Dictionary

We're loving the new Real Dictionary on EP... tonight after a certain rockstar claimed to have been hacked by way of naked pictures of herself being tweeted out to 600K+ people, we saw these two great definitions posted:

Who is Hayley Williams
Who are Paramore

Take a look and enjoy the laugh...