Twitter made the world share, in 140 characters, what they’re doing at the very moment, and in a similar fashion, BeenUp2 wants to let the world share what they’ve been up to generally with their life — whether that’s through photos, videos, places, music, or books.
The service, among other things, focuses on making sharing stuff on the go possible. After signing up, users get a special unique e-mail address to which they can send photos and videos to — whether that’s through their cell phone or laptop. You can, of course, also use the web interface to share both and provide additional details such as time and location along with it.
Apart from sharing photos and videos instantaneously, the service lets users do a few more things that help in defining what they’ve been “up 2.” Firstly, users can start a trip — specifying a start date and an end date (i.e. “Trip to Australia.”) Users can also input what they’re’re listening to by searching through songs and artists and clicking on “I’m listening to this, and in a similar fashion, what you’re reading by search for books and authors.
Overall, the service seems like a more complex, organized, and restricted version of Twitter. Unlike Twitter, where the 140 characters is your blank slate, BeenUp2 focuses on getting the world to share strictly what they’ve been up to. Good or bad, useful or not, is strictly up to the user’s use.