Big Red Blur, the New Social Network for Teens Launches Friday

Big-Red-Blur Big Red Blur, a new social networking website for teenagers launches today. It is the brainchild of 14-year-old Megan Harrison from Kirkland. The site will offer teenagers a social network in which to meet online and share similar interests.

Big Red Blur Social Network site created by Seattle area Middle school and High school students. Registered members can customize their own space to share art, photos, music, video, blogs, and photo blog.

The anticipated launch of BIG RED BLUR , the Seattle, Washington based teen friendly social network site is scheduled for Friday April 9th, 2010 at 3:00PM PDT.

Big Red Blur was the brainchild of 14 year old 8th grader, Megan Harrison, from Kirkland, Washington, a Seattle suburban community. Ms Harrison, herself an accomplished graphic artist and pet owner who along with several of her friends realized there was limited availability where Seattle area kids could meet online and share similar interests.

Big Red Blur membership is free and after registration, users will be able to communicate, create their own customizable web space, upload photos, videos, and share pet stories and their love of the arts.

Robert Goldberg, Big Red Blur’s Chief Technical Officer told those attending Thursday's the pre-launch dinner, “People are going to be amazed at the features we have assembled for these kids.” Mr. Goldberg also shared his excitement about the ability for each registered user to send cell phone pictures to the Big Red Blur website, via the users unique upload address.

The site operates with an all volunteer staff and expects to be able to eventually attract more than one million new users within the first year.

Officer told those attending the pre-launch dinner, “People are going to be amazed at the features we have assembled for these kids.” Mr. Goldberg has shared his excitement about the ability for each registered user to send cell phone pictures to the Big Red Blur website, via the users unique upload address.

The site operates with an all volunteer staff and expects to be able to eventually attract more than one million new users within the first year.

Big Red Blur is accessible at http://www.BigRedBlur.com on the World Wide Web