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What would a RunPee Facebook app do?

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I’m not much of a Facebook user myself. I have an account but rarely visit it. However many people have suggested that RunPee have a Facebook app. So I’d like to ask you:

  • What would it do?
  • How would you use it?

Any feedback would be great and help me build something that everyone will find useful. Thanks.

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4 responses to “What would a RunPee Facebook app do?”

  1. I guess its an alternative to people who don’t use twitter. people could subscribe to you on facebook and get the latest updates just like twitter. If you do that you should look into a program called TweetDeck it allows you to update twitter and your facebook status at the same time. There are several other apps that let you do it but I use TweetDeck and I love it. You are following me so my tweets should have a link to it. twitter = jmcclintick


    1. @Justin, Thanks, that is a good idea. And I do use TweetDeck.

  2. Dr. Lois Avatar
    Dr. Lois

    Oops. At the risk of losing any negligible cred I may have attained, I am going to admit that I was thinking – what good is a FaceBook RunPee app? I’m not going to take my laptop to the theater! I forgot that a large portion of the world also accesses their FB page using a MOBILE device. Duh!

    Blushing and Crawling Slowly Toward the Twentieth Century (don’t rush me, I have a long way to go!)
    Dr. Lois

    1. @Dr. Lois, LOL.

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