J aiku was a popular social networking, micro-blogging and lifestreaming service.It was similar to Twitter.In February 2006, Jaiku was founded by Jyri Engeström and Petteri Koponen from Finland.But it was launched in July of that year. On October 9, 2007, Google purchased the jaiku.Jaiku Ltd was considered an independent company, its head office was in Helsinki. Jaiku name was chosen by founders because the posts on Jaiku resemble Japanese haiku.On January 14, 2009, Google announced it would be open-sourcing the product but there was no longer actively develop the Jaiku codebase. On March 12, 2009, and Jaiku was re-launched on Google’s App Engine platform.On October 14, 2011, Google declared they decided to shut down the Jaiku services by January 15, 2012.On November 29, 2011, a bunch of former users created Jaikuarchive.com –to save important part of heritage.
Users generally post in different opinions, posts are called here jaikus. Users have the option of visibility as online or offline. jaiku allows user to post their opinions, comments, thoughts and culture in respect to their lifestyle, lives or other subjects.They allow members to access to other friends to interact to each other by sharing photo, posting text, messaging, attending in events so many conductivity via smarts phone’ apps or wbsite.
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