[Web 2.0] I discovered Blist at DEMO 08 in January when it was launched, and I immediately liked the ease of use and the graphic design of this Free Social Database Service. Today, Blist is launching new support for international characters, such as accent marks in French or non-English letters in Norwegian as well non-Roman languages such as Japanese Kanji or Hindi, and even non-alphabetic languages such as Mandarin Chinese.
Blists lets users create private or collaborative databases for anything from contact lists, personal finance, items collections to professional activities, such as project management sheets, campaign tracking to status reports and more. Click the video below to see a demo.
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