We didn't just wake up to the world we are living in today, but it sure feels like it. In the past 20 years we have seen the rise of the internet. In the past 10 years we have seen the explosion of mobile devices. These two developments are of the same magnitude as the invention of the printing
Welcome to Geome. A new name and updated logo, but the mission is the same. Geome is here to connect you to your real world community. Find out what is happening and share what you know with the right audience. Connect with similar people in the community that you should know. Geome comes
Early on the founding team fell in love with the name Gather. It felt warm, inclusive, and flowed off the tongue. It fit perfectly with what we were trying to accomplish with the app. Being able to gather together is one of the best features of our local communities. The focus has always been on
Our social graphs consist of family, friends, and acquaintances. We are born with a basic social circle of those around us. Friends come in largely as a result of our environment, through neighborhoods, schools, friends of family members, friends of friends. A lot of these relationships are the
One of the things that makes the Keweenaw Peninsula unique is that it is a small community (20,000 people) made up of many even smaller communities. Many of these communities grew up as mining towns during the copper boom. Places like Calumet, Hancock, South Range, Ahmeek, Mohawk, and Phoenix.
What constitutes a community? The term community can be viewed on a macro level as a geographical place that residents belong to. On a micro level a community is a collection of people that form a social bond through shared interests and activities. The Oxford dictionary presents these two