Cullen Childress wants you to imagine a world where you had one place to know what is going on in your children’s lives. Teachers, principals and parent-teacher organizations would post all the cool things your kids are doing at school and all the ways you can volunteer. The soccer coach would post when games and practices are. The Girl Scouts leader would share photos of the recent camping outing. And you could then share those moments with family members. You also could organize your family calendar there, and all the events those teachers, teams and troop leaders post automatically would post to your calendar.
That’s the vision of the CEO for Austin-based LivingTree, a social networking site that lives online at www.livingtree.com and on your smartphone as an app.
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