KuanTu, a Beijing-based startup is offering a super easy online service for users to share their text, images, video, links. It is unlike blog because KuanTu only encourages user to easily share one link/image/video/text each time; it looks more like microblogging, but more complicated than it as the content you share there is not just text. KuanTu also offers users some personalization features such as personal url (like mobinode.kuantu.com), custom theme.

KuanTu reminds me of an English service called Tumblr. It’s quite interesting to know that Tumblr was founded back in 2007 and I even forgot I already had me registered long time ago when I am about to register a new account. Thanks to the beauty of microblogging, Tumblr seems back on track and grows super fast in past months and has just raised $30million early this month.

In the interview (in Chinese) with Jerry Sun, the founder of KuanTu, he did not give us much information about the future plan as well as the potential business model. However, when I read some coverage about Tumblr, I found two points worth sharing here:

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Dr. Gang Lu - Founder of TechNode. He's a Blogger, a Geek, a PhD and a Speaker, with passion in Tech, Internet and R'N'R.