- We are for neighbors
- For neighborhood barbecues. For multi-family garage sales. For trick-or-treating
- We’re for slowing down, children at play.
- We’re for sharing a common hedge and an awesome babysitter.
- We’re for neighborhood watch. Emergency response. And for just keeping an eye out for a lost cat.
- We believe waving hello to the new neighbor says, “Welcome” better than any doormat.
- We believe technology is a powerful tool for making neighborhoods stronger, safer places to call home.
- We’re all about online chats that lead to more clothesline chats.
- We believe fences are sometimes necessary, but online privacy is always necessary.
- We believe strong neighborhoods not only improve our property value, they improve each one of our lives.
- We believe that amazing things can happen by just talking with the people next door.
- We are Nextdoor. We are simply you and your neighbors, together.
intro’d via Michel posting this:
But Nextdoor, Leary says, benefits from the fact that we, the online public, are more comfortable than ever with the idea that our online and offline selves are one and the same, an understanding fortified by the fact that Facebook’s insistence on “real identity” seems to have won the Internet in just the last few years.
so fitting with new govt being more about 5ish rotating mayors, and neighborhoods like Channing‘s being the touchbase.. listening base.. being known by someone base..