MindMixer co-founder launches Tiperosity in Omaha

Co-founder of Mysidewalk (formerly MindMixer) Nathan Preheim has launched a new tip-sharing web application called Tiperosity. The project is a return to an idea he started with before MindMixer called Daytipper. “I put the concept on hold to start MindMixer,” said Preheim. “Tiperosity is the initial concept, rejuvenated. As a company, we’re just getting started. We…

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Co-founder of Mysidewalk (formerly MindMixer) Nathan Preheim has launched a new tip-sharing web application called Tiperosity. The project is a return to an idea he started with before MindMixer called Daytipper.

“I put the concept on hold to start MindMixer,” said Preheim. “Tiperosity is the initial concept, rejuvenated. As a company, we’re just getting started. We spent 2015 laying the foundation, building the team, incorporating, product planning, prototyping. We unveiled version 1.0 of the product last week. We’ve got a back-catalog of 50,000 tips. Only 6,000 or so have been published thus far.”

The tips range from improving writing skills to lists on the best rules to taking photos you will be proud of.

“We’re constantly publishing new tips. Or, if you have a specific need at a specific time, search Tiperosity for a solution. Good chance you’ll find it. Our tips are concise little bundles of Eureka! Everyone loves helpful, shareable and insightful tips,” said Preheim.

Users can create profiles, save helpful tips, and share their own tips and lists with the world.

Tiperosity is donating $1 to Feeding America each time a person creates a new account and adds a tip on how to stay motivated to accomplish 2016 resolutions and goals, up to $500 or until January 31, whichever comes first. If the inaugural tip drive is successful, Tiperosity plans to pick a different charity to donate to each month.

“We want everyone to come browse the site and learn from others. I’m confident anyone who visits will find at least 3 life changing zingers.” Said Preheim.

Jake Hull is the Lincoln Editor for Silicon Prairie News and a Community Builder for AIM in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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