A Place to Vent

As if bitching and moaning over Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, instant messaging and text messaging wasn’t enough, along came VentNation.

According to TechCrunch, VentNation allows users to either identify themselves or post anonymously, and it accepts text, video, images and links. Once rants are published on VentNation, the happiness (or lack thereof) can be shared with other social networks.

After all, where else can one find wisdom such as this post:

My roommate is a douche bag. Don’t bi**h at me for not cleaning a few dishes when you left a pile of sweet potato sh*% on the table and the floor. Clean your f*ck*ng mess.

david.cohen@adweek.com David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.