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Website Wednesdays: Showmethesetlist.com

In addition to my weekly Tuesday Tips and Now and Then Thursday series, I want to now introduce yet another series sure to be popular quickly: Website Wednesdays. (yes another illiteration associated with a day of the week). This series will cover the many, many websites developed by our undergrads and alumni.

As you’ve noticed on this site, I do a lot of posts having to do with music. …So for my first post of this new series, I want to share Showmethesetlist.com, a start-up site from Corey Lorinsky (W’07, Sigma Alpha Mu, Wharton Venture Initiation Program) and Daril Vilhena (C’09).

Per Corey, this site “enables users to catalog the music concert experience like never before. The web site allows users to create individual pages for each live show. Concert-goers post song setlists, discuss and review performances, as well as create online galleries full of photos, videos, scanned ticket stubs, gig posters, actual setlists and more. It’s like creating a virtual scrapbook page for each show, except much cooler.”

Check out an example of a full entry here

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