StallTalk is a toilet-based social network founded by Northwestern Computer Science students and avid toilet users.
It allows toileteers to anonymously leave messages at a particular stall. Talking to people is simple. Each stall has a unique QR code that links to a webpage that displays posts at that stall.
Users simply scan the code, and -- 'Plop!' -- the rest is history.
We have a dream that one day every toilet around the world will be a beacon of hope. Whether it be through chat or games-- we hope to revolutionize the way people poop. See Posts
The StallTalk team consists of a group of Northwestern Computer Science students dedicated to living life to the fullest. Our team has a combined 25 years of programming experience, 3 successful companies, and are toilet experts.
The future of StallTalk is completely decided by you. It is completely open source, and you can checkout the code on Github. We have a big goals - some of which include ShatRoulette and ShitterTwitter! Let's get to 50,000 stickers, and Start The Movement!
"Captains poop log: stall date 20120501. Discovered an anomaly circling Uranus. Sent a couple of philangies in to investigate. Things got messy and we took heavy losses. The cleanup was a disaster!"
"Weve got a hot number 2 in progress. Be advised it is armed and dangerous. Use extreme force if necessary."
"Do you ever wonder if well ever invent reheatable coffee?"