GooseBook confirmed today that it will roll out its two new social networking sites at the end of the month.
At a press conference held this morning, GooseBook’s President and C.E.O., Lester C. Gander, announced that both cackle™ and peck™ will go live “by the end of the month.”
“Our goal is to go live on August 31, but we may be able to accomplish that ahead of time,” he said.
Before introducing the company’s two new products, Gander spoke critically of “rumour mongers who trade in erroneous information and try to bring down companies by raising consumer expectations so high they cannot possibly be met.”
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Apropos of this, he was pleased to announce that GooseBook’s two new sister sites will “differ significantly from the earlier and erroneous reports, including those that said one [of the new sites] would be an internet search engine.”
More importantly, though, the new sites will differ significantly from the parent site, in that cackle™ will offer users a place to share “only happy and comedic events…things that you would laugh at or enjoy” and peck™ will provide a way for users to send others a “peck on the cheek or a hug around the neck.”
What will distinguish the sites even further, Gander said, is the use of language particular to the two sites. On cackle™, for instance, users will share posts, but they will also be able to “heap” their findings on their friends. Truly appreciated posts will be marked “Duperous” by senders and recipients alike. On peck™, users may make quick contact with those they treasure simply by posting “most”.
“Before we know it, these terms will become part of our daily lives,” Gander predicted before calling an end to the press conference.