Google is really focused on the 'social' approach to things, as its latest launch is an activity and content-sharing tool- 'Schemer' . The project is in beta testing phase, and is aimed at helping people find exciting things to do in the real world. So, once you are in, you will be able to create or find 'schemes' for activities or adventures.
Google took the domain name in November and the project has made its entry presently in the invite-only beta phase. A visit to the site tells you that it is an activity site focused on real tasks and adventures. While the site says an invite only, you can get in from here.
As you can see, that once you are in, you can search for things to do. Look for your interests and even see what popular posts are making the rounds. Once you decide on an activity, and complete it, you can mark it as done. If you feel like, create your own scheme and spread the word, share the goals, all to do in the real world.
To explore more, we went on to the Schemer Google+ page and found interesting information like- it being a project of Google engineers wanting to facilitate fun activities in the real world (the team calls it self 'scrappy'). Quoting the team's information, “Whether it’s exploring a new city, checking out a friend’s movie recommendations, or just finding new activities for your weekends, Schemer lets you discover new things to do, share schemes with friends, and make the most of your day.”
Google+ provides the platform for you to register for Schemer, and share the content and connect with other users.
What do you think of this 'real world' sharing? Do leave your comments.