The networking site Hashable, which replaces business cards with email and Twitter introductions, has been revamped and was unveiled today.
The new site is prettier and more organized, and adds a “relationship strength” indicator that measures how many interactions you have with someone on Hashable and ranks that connection as “acquainted,” “connected,” or “tight.”
New York-based Hashable decided to make networking as a game, where people earn points for making introductions and having breakfast meetings (see Is This 21 Year Old Intern Really the Most Powerful Networker in New York?). Hashable is funded by Union Square Ventures.
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