BricaBox, the NY-based structured content platform I previously reviewed, publicly launched today to enable anyone to create access and create these rich content experiences with ease. Funded sole by its founders BricaBox has been refered to a "wiki" on steroids (don't tell MLB or Congress) or "WordPress for structured content" as it offers a way for publishers tools to better display listings and such. It should also be noted that BricaBox offers social capabilities to enable community and sharing features which are sometimes confused with those of Ning or other social networking platform options.
BricaBox was previously in a private beta, so now users can really see what BricaBox can do. Founder and CEO Nate Westheimer offered up usage examples for BricaBox that are currently out in the wild which included:
Congrats to founders Nate Westheimer and Kyle Bragger and the rest of the BricaBox team for bringing this innovative social content publishing platform to market. If you are still trying to figure out BricaBox, check out this video (below).