I recently wrote a column in which I gave my views on the youth of today and how, despite not even being 30 yet, they confuse me. Their language no longer makes sense and their insistence on wearing their trousers round their knees just baffles me.
Whilst I still consider myself young and hip enough to be able to use Facebook and Twitter, I find I’m far too mature to update my status with idiotic things like what colour pants I’m wearing or the fact that my neighbour is sleeping with my sister’s best friend’s son’s babysitter. No I’d rather read something more intellectual and informative.
This is what makes Dadooda so special. One of the site’s claims is that it appeals to the more senior social networker. As if to emphasize the point, the founder, Neil Stapley, is currently trekking around the rainforest of Kauai, where they filmed Jurassic Park.
With the ability to publish articles and books, upload video and audio files and create photo albums as well as communicate with other members through the PAL area, Dadooda pretty much combines the likes of Flickr, Youtube, MySpace and Facebook and rolls it up all in one nice little website.
The best thing to do is check it out yourself by visiting the Dadooda website but I’ll leave you with this interesting thought: If you combine MySpace, Facebook, Youtube and Twitter you could get a site called MyFaceYouTwit… or you could get a better site called Dadooda!