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How do I say Coloci? What does it mean?

September 28, 2010 Leave a comment

Coloci is pronounced kolo-kye (kye rhymes with bye).

We kind of made it up, from the words co and locus. Co, means together, and locus means path, hence ‘having the same path’. Coloci is the plural, meaning many having the same path, or in other words, friends who will be nearby!

For example: Lets say you are planning to go to the mall this evening. You can quickly add that trip in Coloci, which is then visible to the friends that you shared the trip with. You can see who else is going to be there, or nearby, and choose to meet-up.

Or, say, you are going to Beijing, China in 2 weeks, with a 3 hour layover in LHR (London Heathrow airport). You can add that trip in Coloci, and share it with your friends. Who knows, you may find another friend also transiting via LHR around the same time!

By sharing your plans with your friends, you may even be able to meet friends that you never knew (or didn’t remember) were at that location.

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