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January 17th, 2014 | Author:Ucahoot | Tags:

Welcome to Ucahoot

We help people organize and share digital content. In fact, Ucahoot is a bold quest to enhance the world’s creation and delivery of digital content. If you want to build a photo album, write a book, create a video or drum up lyrics and music online, you’ll need a studio to display your story as well as tools to enhance your work. Ucahoot provides all that for free within a project area we call a Webhoot.

We also share Aristotle’s belief—“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Meaning, you can invite people to collaborate with you to make your project better. And, if you don’t yet have a project of your own in mind, find one within Ucahoot to collaborate on.

Once you are finished—save, share or even sell your published products. Whether digital or print, send a copy to yourself or a few to family and friends. Better yet, market and sell to thousands for profit. If you collaborate on someone else’s project, you can do it for fun, contract for cash or invest your time for equity.

Together we can make digital content more meaningful and useful. Our purpose is to enable you to create and share stories, contribute ideas, follow a dream, earn money, or all of the above. As a result, we are thrilled to offer you an online environment to create, collaborate and generate commerce.


31 thoughts on “Welcome to Ucahoot

  1. Al Tollefson

    Terrific. I have some input and I’m assuming you’re available 24/7 or is it just 8:00 to 5:00 CST?

  2. Al Tollefson

    I understand the two new projects are in the works. I need one of them up and running soon. I’m anxious to see them both but the Class of ’59 is critical so I’ll keep looking for it.

  3. Al Tollefson

    It’s been a while. Class of ’59 is working well for the reunion plans. Present has had a few good comments too. Also, happy to know that Shaping a Community is getting some legs and people have been contributing photos and stories. Even stories we can’t print . . . maybe.

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