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Like A Little. http://likealittle.com If you aren't in college right now, you probably haven't heard of it. Proof : It launched first at Stanford approximately six weeks ago and http://likealittle.com/about/internships


Like A Little has completely taken off at my school (Washington University in St. Louis) within the last 2 weeks. It's fascinating to see such explosive growth in action.


that is very similar to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FitFinder


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It would be interested to hear to story on how it became such a big hit in schools.


I am in college and haven't heard of it ;)


My statement doesn't imply the converse. ;)


That says more about your 'college' than anything else.

Facebook started at top schools and filtered down into lower schools.

This thing will get to you eventually.


Isn't there a no-novelty account rule written somewhere?


Drop the "Like". Just "A Little", it's clean.


I would love to know as well.


Please be considerate of their privacy.


It's pretty easy to guess with just public information. And I don't see how revealing their name can harm them in any way.


Why? I can't think of one reason. Please provide one.


I can't think of one either, but they could have easily just posted their name with the job app. Since they didn't, they must have had a reason. So the question becomes if you trust their hypothetical reasoning--they do know more about their company than you.


fridge?


Don't think so - fridge was YC S10




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