eBay Lets Users Share Stories

Recently, eBay has become more social. In July, the auction giant had begun to allow employees to collect stories from users and to post them on an internal Web site. Eventually, the site may become open to the public, according to eBay's partner, Tokoni, which powers the stories site.

Recently, eBay has become more social. In July, the auction giant had begun to allow employees to collect stories from users and to post them on an internal Web site. Eventually, the site may become open to the public, according to eBay’s partner, Tokoni, which powers the stories site and announced the collaboration today.

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