The First Social Network for Horoscope Geeks: AstroloMe
Despite being popular, general horoscopes don't mean very much. Without someone's birth details, there's just no way they can be accurate enough. Plug in your time/date/place of birth when you sign up for AstroloMe, and you'll see in real-time how the movement of the planets & stars affects *You* for the day. We all have specific celestial “events” going on for us each day, and knowing when they're happening and how they may affect us helps to make more sense of the way people act around us and all the stuff that's going on in our lives. Plus, it's totally fun to “celestial-stalk” frienemies and celebrities. As long as you know someone's birth details, you can totally see what's affecting them for the day (and use it to your advantage). Other uses for AstroloMe include:
Optimize your schedule: plan important meetings and major social events on days you'll be experiencing the most celestial advantages
Give Someone Hope: giving a friend who is going through a rough time the news that a very advantageous day is coming up for them is much more meaningful than a regular e-card
Follow celebrities: Did Angelina Jolie have a rare meltdown yesterday? Maybe her chart explains it. If Barack Obama suffered an embarrassing gaffe on the campaign trail today, the answer could be in his chart. And what was going on for Lady Gaga the day she made that awesome Don't Ask Don't Tell video?
It's available now in beta as a free, downloadable iPhone app, with the full web version expected shortly.