RedRover CEO Kathryn Tucker sat in her glass-walled office at the back of a Flatiron loft filled with controlled tension. Laptop cases, bottles of water and lotion, and books with titles ranging from Let’s Take the Kids to Algorithms were stacked by Mac terminals. Fittingly, six of RedRover’s 10 staffers have kids.
A buzzy new social network for parents that soft-launched in February, RedRover would be introducing its improved Version 2 that night, expanding from iPhone to Android and adding an interface to let users share their check-ins and photos on Facebook and Twitter, where a virtual “party” was planned for that evening. Read More