Schemer is Google’s devious plan to make you a better person (INVITES)

Google just started a website called Schemer. It’s Google’s dastardly way of getting you to do the things you’ve always wanted to do. Schemer helps you set, find, and share goals.

UPDATE: The Schemer team has given us some free invites.

Click the link at the bottom of the post to start scheming!

Accomplices: Inspire others with your evil (good) deeds

Schemer is tightly integrated with Google+, which allows you to get inspiration from your friends accomplices.

Location-based scheming

As you enter the site, Schemer asks you for you location. This allows you to search for things to do (schemes) in your area.

Discover schemes by type: “Pick your poison”

Schemes can have tags, making them easier to find. If you’re looking for something to do with art or travel, it’s really easy to find.

Schemer is in Beta

Schemer was just barely released and is still in beta testing. This means that you have to get an invite or join the waitlist to try it out. More features will come in the future. Hopefully, there will be mobile version of the website of the website.

Yeah, I guess learning and growing can be dastardly…

“Hi Morgan! You’re looking diabolical!” Schemer says to me as I log in.

Why yes, I am feeling quite diabolical today. Maybe I’ll set some maniacal goals to  improve myself. Yes…

What schemes will you create?

Whether or not you’re a dastardly villain with a mustache, Schemer is fun to use and helpful in getting inspiration to do new things.

“What do others think about this? Who cares… because you’re a schemer!”

Ready to start scheming?

Skip the waiting list and snag this free invite! (Just click the link)

Our invites aren’t unlimited, so get it while you can.

(Image source: Great TV moustaches)

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