On April 28th The iPhoneographer’s Network sent out an email altering users it would be closing up shop.
Run by the founders of iPhoneography.com and LifeInLoFi.com found the failed social experiment too costly to maintain. Ning, the service provider, hacked up prices “which is all but 3x the original sign-up costs.”
The social network was a brilliant idea in the beginning, the word of mouth and enthusiasm were all there, but a lack of user participation could have played a roll its demise. With so many social media outlets it may have been difficult for users to participate in the way the network was intended. We’ll really never know.
R.I.P TiPN August 2012 – April 2013
Don’t fret there’s an TiPN alternative: