CHICAGO SUN-TIMES -- June 20 -- Meetro has a new spin on social networks: tapping into location Wi-Fi hotspot info to link Wi-Fi users. "Imagine you were at a convention, in an airport or just hanging out, and wanted to meet people," said Paul Bragiel, 27, co-founder and chief executive of Meetro. "Meetro can help make that happen. Meetro pops up and tells you who's around." He plans to "monetize" Meetro, which has eight employees, by licensing software to city Web pages, conventions and other businesses that want to put people together locally.
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